Fostering Wilderness Advocacy – Wilderness News Spring Issue

The Quetico Superior Foundation launches a new look for the print edition of Wilderness News with the Spring 2012 Issue. We’re excited to share new feature stories, more wilderness voices, in-depth history of the border lakes region, and the objective and balanced reporting that you’ve come to rely upon in a new full color publication. We asked you what you love about Wilderness News, and the response was resounding – more stories, and more beautiful photography, and we listened!

If you’re a loyal subscriber, you will receive your printed edition of Wilderness News in your mailbox soon!

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What’s Inside This Issue:


Feature Story:
Meet the Quetico Superior Foundation –
Giving All Voices A Fair Hearing

By Alissa Johnson
Page 3

Ernest C. Oberholtzer: Lifetime Advocate
By Alissa Johnson
Page 7

Gray Hairs: Saving a Place for Youth in the Great Outdoors
By Cliff Jacobson, Wilderness Guide & Outdoor Writer
Page 10

The Wilderness Canvas – Insights From YMCA Camp Menogyn
By Fred Sproat
Page 11

Discovering the Birds of the Boundary Waters
By Julie Neitzel Carr
Page 14

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