The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness – Quetico Provincial Park – Voyageurs National Park – The border lakes of the old “Voyageurs Highway” – The North Shore of Lake Superior – The Watersheds of Rainy Lake, Pigeon River and Lake of the Woods -The Crownlands of Southwestern Ontario
The jewels of the Quetico Superior Region are historically, ecologically and culturally unique. As Sigurd F. Olson reminded us, “This is the most beautiful lake country on the continent. We can afford to cherish and protect it. In the end, we turn to nature in a frenzied, chaotic world—there to find silence, oneness, wholeness…spiritual release.”
The Quetico Superior Foundation agrees that this wild and remarkably beautiful region should be protected, and the nonprofit remains devoted to preserving its wilderness character. The ability to protect and preserve means staying informed on the news of the day. Wilderness News Online and its printed sister publication, Wilderness News, serve to inform, educate and inspire those committed to the protection and preservation of the north country.
Wilderness News Online is your portal to the latest developments in the Quetico Superior Region: from park news and legislative developments to land and resource use, all with a little inspiration thrown in, too.
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Wilderness News is published, in part, with a contribution from the Andrews-Hunt Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation.