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Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness 6/26/02

This is a chance to get out into the Superior National Forest , help document the natural features of a particular area, and be part of a campaign to add wilderness protection to more lands in the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem.  The Friends needs volunteers to identify ecological conditions, unique natural features, and the condition of roads and other developments in roadless areas.

By conducting field observations and taking photographs, volunteers will help the Friends build a “case for support” for protective status of additional public lands.  We provide training, materials such as maps, cameras, and observation logs, and an opportunity to really get to know a unique area.   You contribute your time and energy, meet other wilderness advocates, and forge a deeper connection with the natural world.

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Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness

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