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Love Our Lakes

Summer Photo Campaign

We are looking for photos that capture summer at the lake. Share one of your summer photos by posting it to our Facebook page or emailing it to: 

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

Preserving Land, Enhancing Fishing

April 4, 2020
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There are many excellent reasons to preserve land; maintaining habit for wildlife, protecting water quality, providing natural areas for carbon dioxide absorption to help reduce global warming and protecting shoreland to enhance fish populations. One of the biggest threats to healthy fish populations is shoreland development and destruction of vegetation.…

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American Fisheries Society Promotional Video

November 4, 2019
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Partnerships to deliver scientifically based conservation measures on the landscape that protect water quality and as a result , critical fish and wildlife populations, is the essence of the mission of the Northern Waters Land Trusts (NWLT) This video, produced by the American Fisheries Society, explores the purpose, strategies and…

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Northern Waters Land Trust Earns National Recognition

September 4, 2019
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Walker, MN —The Northern Waters Land Trust (NWLT) has earned national recognition as an accredited land trust by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, a program of the Land Trust Alliance. Accreditation means that Northern Waters Land Trust abides by the Land Trust Standards and Practices and operates in an ethical,…

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