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  • The Women’s Environmental Institute

    The Women’s Environmental Institute (WEI) is an environmental research, renewal and retreat center designed to create and share knowledge about environmental issues relevent to women, children, and underserved communities. They run a certified organic CSA farm and orchard outside of North Branch, with a beautifully appointed retreat center. WEI has read more

  • New York Mills Regional Cultural Center

    The New York Mills Regional Cultural Center is dedicated to expanding the cultural and creative opportunities of rural Americans by offering innovative, quality arts programming, and demonstrating how the arts can be used as an economic development tool in rural communities across the nation. The Center offers year-long programming in read more

  • Happy Dancing Turtle

    Based in north central Minnesota, Happy Dancing Turtle is an operating nonprofit organization (501(c)3) focused on sustainable living. We seek to inspire and empower people to live more sustainable lifestyles through a variety of avenues including workshops, classes, collaborations, educational materials and tours. In our efforts to promote sustainable living read more

  • White Earth Tribal and Community College Extension

    The White Earth Tribal and Community College Extension program offers intriguing community classes including: plant walks, edible landscaping, tracking, soap making, fiber craft, food preservation, local food challenge, personal care products, hide tanning, sausage making, wild food identification & natural dyes – for all ages, individuals or groups, at low read more

  • 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

  • Positive Energy Outdoor (ed)Ventures

    Positive Energy Outdoor (ed)Ventures offers a variety of outdoor programming, including dog sledding, sleigh and wagon rides, horse logging and draft horse driving lessons, sea kayaking, rock climbing, renewable energy education and team building experiences. Outdoor adventure and youth development are utilized to connect people to the greater world. This 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

  • Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

    An accredited environmental school for people of all ages, Wolf Ridge offers immersion programs which involve direct observation and participation in outdoor experiences. Programs focus on environmental sciences, human culture and history, personal growth, team-building, and outdoor recreation. A beautiful place to have an adventure near Lake Superior’s North Shore, read more

  • Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center

    With an easy one-mile interpretive trail on 34 acres as well as an interpretive center, it is a pleasure to learn about the natural and human history of the North Shore! Thirty years ago, Sugarloaf Cove was one of the most heavily impacted industrial sites on the North Shore. See read more