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  • Sahkahtay Indigenous Preservation Society

    Gii Waa Din is a 20 acre area and the future home of a cultural learning center for the Anishinaabe people. Their Summer Youth Garden Project employs youth and adults who learn eco-friendly and traditional growing skills while learning respect for the environment. Sahkahtay can organize educational experiences for groups. read more

  • Jeffers Petroglyphs

    Visit Jeffers Petroglyphs to experience one of the oldest continually used historic sites in the world. At this living holy place, you will find ancient carvings in outcroppings of red quartzite dating back 9,000 years. The Visitors Center excellently educates visitors about the site and professional guides give tours of read more

  • Renville County Historical Society

    Renville County Historical Society and Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Renville County. To complement visitor education and the protection of stories and articles from the ravages of time, the museum gift shop has several books published by the Renville County Historical Society for sale. Among their large read more

  • Woolen Meadow Farm

    Lamb, Wool Products/Textiles, Workshops/Classes/Presentations Lambs are raised naturally on pasture. Mild-flavor, whitefaced breeds. Available in the fall only at 5-8 months of age, reserve early. We also have a nice supply of tanned pelts – white and colored. See website about wool & felting classes.

  • Youth Farm – West Side La Placita Marketplace

    Farm Tours, Farmers’ Market, Garden Produce, Herbs, Workshops/Classes/Presentations La Placita Marketplace–located in the heart of “District del Sol” on St. Paul’s West Side–featuring locally grown produce and cooking demonstrations, local cultural artists and cultural performances. Experience culture on the West Side! From Hwy. 52 in St. Paul, exit Concord St., read more

  • Someday Isle

    Located in a former hardware store in the center of downtown Isle, Someday Isle is not your regular craft shop. In addition to showcasing local artistry, the non-profit shop also provides a variety of services to local entrepreneurs including classes, computer access, and studio space. Stop by to discover goods read more

  • Audubon Center of the North Woods

    A year-round residential education center with a variety of facilities for conferences, retreats, and family reunions, the Audubon Center of the North Woods welcomes students of all ages. The Center offers compelling environmental learning experiences and 500 aces of open and forested land to explore. An informal gallery of Minnesota read more

  • Mille Lacs Indian Museum & Trading Post

    This historic site highlights Ojibwe culture and history through engaging, contemporary exhibits and the fascinating Four Seasons room which depicts the ways that the Ojibwe lived their lives according to the cycles of the seasons. The Trading Post features the finest American Indian arts and crafts in the region including read more

  • Niagara Cave

    This natural limestone cave has been rated as one of the top ten show caves in the United States. Visitors experience a one-hour guided tour including a 60-foot waterfall, massive yet delicate stalactites and stalagmites, and other rock formations. The cave also has an underground wedding chapel that has been read more

  • Badgersett Research Farm

    As a sustainable agriculture research farm and greenhouse, this family owned and run farm uses cutting edge genetics to breed new domesticated hybrid hazelnuts and chestnuts. The farm covers 160 acres, 90 of which are planted with hybrid nuts that can be processed into anything a soybean can, and then read more