Number of results: 3 for partner: Sugarloaf: The North Shore Stewardship Association
Self-Guided Interpretive Trail at Sugarloaf Cove | Andrew Slade, Executive Director
Resource type: EE Site - Field Trip/Tour - Program
The Sugarloaf Interpretive Center offers a self-guided interpretive trail which is approximately one mile long, and rated as easy. Interpretation covers the cultural history of the site, and the geological and ecological significance of Sugarloaf Cove. Sugarloaf Cove is located 73 miles north of Duluth on Hwy 61, on the beautiful North Shore of Lake Superior. Trail guides are located in the mail box at the site; the trail is always open and free to use by the public. Guided hikes are available by contacting the SICA office.
Sugarloaf Cove Brochure Series | Terri Port Wright
Resource type: Booklet - Course/Workshop - Program - Speaker
Sugarloaf: The North Shore Stewardship Association offers a brochure series that describes the cultural, geological, and ecological significance of Sugarloaf Cove. These brochures can be used on their own, in conjunction with a self-guided, or guided hike on the interpretive trail, or as a part of a program at Sugarloaf Cove or at your location.
Sugarloaf: The North Shore Stewardship Association | staff
Resource type: Organization - EE Site - Field Trip/Tour - Speaker
Sugarloaf: The North Shore Stewardship Association, is a grassroots non-profit organization that formed in 1992 as Sugarloaf Interpretive Center Asssociation (SICA) to protect, preserve, and restore the natural and cultural resources of Sugarloaf Cove and to establish a public forum for the interpretation of the diverse aspects of the North Shore of Lake Superior. Sugarloaf Cove is located 73 miles north of Duluth.
In 2007, Sugarloaf opened a Duluth office in the historic Limno lab next to the Lester River on London Road. Sugarloaf opened the North Shore Interpretive Center at this site during the summer of 2007.
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