Our monthly meetings are the first Wednesday of the month September through May in room E-2370 at Lake Superior College, 2101 Trinity Road, Duluth. They are free and open to the public.


April 4th, 7:00pm

Lake Superior College – 2101 Trinity Rd, Duluth – Room S-2964

Speaker:  Clayton Daughenbaugh of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance

Free and Open to the Public

America’s wild public lands are a proud part of the national heritage.  Sadly, they are under attack.  President Trump has initiated what would be the largest rollback of conservation protections in our country’s history.  He is seeking to repeal and replace the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monuments and reverse the steady progress towards protecting the largest unprotected wilderness area in the lower 48 states.

“A Wilderness Icon” includes a multi-media slideshow documenting citizen efforts to conserve public lands in southern Utah's spectacular canyon country. This 15-minute journey through red rock splendor, narrated by Robert Redford, invigorates and motivates viewers to participate in the movement to protect these unique lands.  The protection effort’s history and current events will be covered by Clayton Daughenbaugh, conservation organizer with the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance.

 “These public lands are among the most beautiful and most intact portions of Creation remaining. Wild places that include the largest concentration of Native American archaeological in U.S.  We have a great responsibility to act to protect these special places," Daughenbaugh said.

For more information contact: 

Rich Staffon, President, W. J. McCabe Chapter, IWLA, 218-879-3186

About Our Programs and Clinics

Every year the Chapter hosts several events. Most are primarily aimed at increasing youth participation in wholesome outdoor adventures and in environmental education.

  • Save Our Streams
  • Spring Youth Fishing Clinic (March or April)
  • Fall Youth Waterfowl Clinic (usually mid-September)
  • Hunter Safety Class
  • Send volunteers annually to teach at the YMCA camp and Laurentian Environmental Learning Center.
  • We've also hosted several professional level workshops for adults. Our most recent was a very successful 3-day community sustainability forum. We've also held workshops on sustainable tourism and forestry practices.

Subpages (1): Save Our Streams