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PROTECTION - RESTORATION - EDUCATION

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Sustainable Tourism Projects

Come join the fun!

Each event introduces a new project, ensuring that every experience is unique and exciting. Whether you’re a seasoned volunteer or new to the world of environmental stewardship, your participation is invaluable. Be part of the solution and see the direct impact of your efforts on our beloved community and its natural surroundings.

Help Build Sustainable Trails and Sustainable Tourism!

Fri, Jun 14, 10am @ Sugarloaf Mountain

Join SWP’s Lake Superior Volunteer Corps (LSVC) and the Great Lakes Climate Corps (GLCC) at Sugarloaf Mountain on Friday, June 14th at 10 AM.  Volunteers should expect to walk up and down the mountain multiple times; appropriate outdoor attire should be worn.

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Tribal Partners

Strong Partners with Native Communities

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Sustainable Tourism

Keeping Nature Tourism Truly Sustainable

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Environmental Advocacy

Speaking for the Northern Great Lakes

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Supporting the Arts

Engaging the Arts in Environmental Work

Community Engagement

K-12 Environmental education, community programs and award-winning volunteer events.

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Great Lakes Education Inspires!

Emergency Response

Assisting communities and tribes with emergency response and disaster mitigation.

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Climate Adaptation

Completing the real work of climate adaptation, hazard mitigation and environmental restoration!

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SWP Receives Governors Community Service Award!

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Important Local Partners & Programs

Local stakeholders developing climate mitigation and adaptation strategies.

Partnering to accelerate watershed protection and restoration.

Unprecedented environmental monitoring of the Eagle Nickel Mine.

News And Updates

Events, stories, updates, activites, and more from Superior Watershed Partnership

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SWP Land Conservancy

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More Great Lakes Crews to Assist Flood Ravaged Keweenaw Communities

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Lake Superior Buoys and Webcams

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Paddle to the Sea

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Help Save the Monarch Butterfly: Plant Your Own Pollinator-Friendly Garden

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Climate Conservation Corps Launched to Assist Great Lakes Communities

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Partnering for Watershed Restoration Workshop – Tuesday, May 24th@ 10:00 EST

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Learn More About the Partnering for Watershed Restoration (PWR) Group

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SWP AND THE GREAT LAKES CONSERVATION CORPS HAS CLOSED THE CREW LEADER AND CREW MEMBER APPLICATIONS FOR 2017 SEASONAL POSITIONS.

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Historic Lake Superior Lighthouse Furthers Climate Research

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Superior Watershed Partnership's

Strategic Funders & Supporters

Superior Watershed Partnership's Impact

by the Numbers

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Superior Watershed's

Awards & Honors

Governor’s Community Hero’s Award
Achievement Award
Governor’s Community Service Award
Non-Profit Excellence Award
Green Spirit Award
Clean Waters Award
Environmental Award
International State of the Lakes Ecosystem Conference Award