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The Hiawatha Interpretive Association has made a number of significant contributions toward the mission of the Hiawatha National Forest. Accomplishments: Annual funding of 3-5 summer student internships, including a botany intern Provide educational outreach for local youth through support for Life of Lake Superior program, Clear Lake Education Center and                   More Kids in the Woods programs Sponsor Superior Wildlands Newspaper Campground Culture Tours and summer interpretive programs Creation of an interagency welcome video Support for the annual Youth Archeology Workshop on Grand Island Interpretive signage for the Hiawatha National Forest at Pete’s Lake, Grand Island, Eben Ice Caves, Sandtown historic site, and other             sites Dark Skies Program using the forest’s large Celestron telescope Funding for local Raptor Center presentations Birding by the Bay Festival 2003-06
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The Hiawatha Interpretive Association provides the public with interpretative, educational and informational opportunities that add to the public’s use, enjoyment and understanding of the natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources of the forest. Motto: Serving as a voice for the Forest Current Board members: Danita Rask, President "  Robert Kahl, Vice-President "  Kathie Carlson, Treasurer "  Rob Weiner, Secretary   "  Jane Ryan, Membership Coordinator "  Marny Weting "  Sandy Ehlert
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From left to right:  Kathie Carlson, Jane Ryan, Sandy Ehlert, Bob Kahl, Danita Rask, Rob Wiener and Marny Weting
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