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Summer Photo Campaign
Photo entries will be entered in a drawing to win a prize. *Be sure to include the name of the lake and photographer.
Campaign Rules: 1.You must have a Minnesota address to win 2.One entry per person 3.By sharing a phot, you give us permission to use it in future promotions 4.Family-friendly pictures and comments.
Project Highlights & Updates
As told by Kathy DonCarlos, Northern Waters Land Trust, and Luther Nervig, Kabekona Lake Foundation and Association This is the story of a northern cold-water lake in Minnesota, the conservation and protection of its watershed, the commitment and perseverance of a lake association, partners and landowners and financial support of…Read More
The Board of Directors is excited to announce that Amanda Wold has joined the Board of Directors of Northern Waters Land Trust. Amanda has a bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources with an emphasis in Ecological Restoration. She has experience in building effective and productive working relationships and a strong commitment…Read More
21 July 2023 Summer Greetings, The Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointment of Annie Knight as the new Executive Director of Northern Waters Land Trust. The Recruiting Committee wholeheartedly recommended Annie to the Board of Directors based on her successful track record and capacity to lead Northern…Read More
We are excited to share that Northern Waters Land Trust has been appointed to a prestigious position on the Minnesota Clean Water Council! We are excited to share that Northern Waters Land Trust has been appointed to a prestigious position on the Minnesota Clean Water Council! This is a tremendous…Read More
Roosevelt Lake Aquatic Management Area (AMA) in Cass and Crow Wing Counties was established in 2016 and was expanded in March 2023 with a land donation on Woods Bay. With this addition, the AMA grew to approximately 111 acres and over 5,900 feet of pristine, forested shoreland in Woods Bay.…Read More
More than 115 women gathered Dec. 5 at the Arvig Walker Area Community Center to make an impact on a local non-profit through a group called 100 Plus Women Who Care of the Leech Lake Area. Women from Walker, Hackensack, Longville and surrounding areas were among those who attended. 100…Read More
Outdoor Heritage Fund-backed land purchases in Crow Wing and Hubbard counties will benefit wildlife habitat and protect a source of drinking water. The Crow Wing County purchases included this parcel in the Pine River watershed, which flows to the Mississippi River – a source of drinking water for more than…Read More
Louise, Wabedo and Little Boy Lakes are located in Cass County near the City of Longville. These three lakes are connected by a channel which is an important ecological connection between the three basins through a “sensitive shoreland” area. The Louise Lake Aquatic Management Area (AMA) was established in 2005…Read More
The Midwest Glacial Lakes Partnership (MGLP) is awarding $324,238 through its 2022 Lake Conservation Grant to five projects across the Upper Midwest. Together, these projects will benefit glacial lakes and their fish habitats, fish populations, and fisheries for years to come. Funds for the Lake Conservation Grant are provided by the…Read More
Conservation Conversation: Annie Knight of Northern Waters Land Trust: Grant Manager, Conservation Specialist, Radio Producer | KAXE, featuring Annie Knight, NWLT’s Grants Manager & Conservation Specialist Annie Knight is the conservation specialist and grants manager for Northern Waters Land Trust and has been co producing KAXE/KBXE’s Conservation Conversation series. Knight joined Heidi…Read More
For the past eight years, the Northern Waters Land Trust patiently waited to transfer a 3.15 acre parcel on Leech Lake in Cass County to the US Forest Service. The wooded property with 1,030 shoreline feet is surrounded by Chippewa National Forest and is west of the Stony Point Campground. …Read More
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