“How do we connect with and create the next generation of park visitors, supporters, and advocates?”

If the Apostle Islands are to thrive in the face of changing times, we must keep (or make) the park relevant to both current and future generations, and to people of all demographics, including those who have yet to experience why this national park is significant. “Friends” is so charged, and especially with youth. But we also do it through our volunteer program, accessibility initiatives, publications and outreach.

Island School in 32nd Year
It is hard to determine who benefits most from every year’s Island School experience – 3 days of wilderness camping on …
Fourth Graders Take in Field Trip to the Islands
​The Lake always reminds us that she is the boss. Area 4th graders, their teachers, and all involved recentparticipated in a …
What We Propose to Do: 2017 Projects In Brief
Clear wilderness trails affected by the Summer 2016 wind storm Resurrect Historical Day Marker Navigational Aids at Raspberry Island Light Station  …

Let’s build something together.

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