For the first time since the creation of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, the flag of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa was permanently raised over the park on June 23rd, 2021.
Artists as young as a-year-and-a-half up to adults painted more than 100 flags showing their love for the Apostle Islands.
Saying, “stewardship starts with collaboration,” Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Superintendent Lynne Dominy closed the 2-day online symposium with three questions.
Read our annual report for 2020. We are grateful for your support and look forward to an exciting 2021.
Removing barriers for people of all abilities to explore the Apostle Islands is a core mission of the Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Achieving that mission takes many forms and your donation can play an important role. We encourage all park lovers to “unleash your generosity” on Giving Tuesday 2020.
Tons of boulders now protect a fragile shoreline and historic structures on Sand Island.
We’ve got some exciting news to share about the park, its 50th Anniversary celebration and the Friends.
The novel corona virus is a threat unlike any the world has seen. Fortunately, so is the response. Giving Tuesday NOW helped to mobilize caring people to support the Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and countless other non-profits around the globe, as we help those in need to cope with the many impactsContinue reading “Thank you to our Giving Tuesday NOW donors”
Clear wilderness trails affected by the Summer 2016 wind storm Resurrect Historical Day Marker Navigational Aids at Raspberry Island Light Station Help fund a ranger’s time for the Island School and pay for transportation Provide funding to help finish constructing an early 1900’s Raspberry Island Lightkeeper’s rowing tender; a 16’ skiff that will be housed atContinue reading “What We Propose to Do: 2017 Projects In Brief”