"To educate the public in order to preserve reasonable public access to and sensible recreational multiple-use of public lands and waters (including motorized uses) in Northeastern Minnesota, especially the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW), with care for the environment."
1. Reasonable access to and sensible recreational multiple-use of public lands and waters.
2. The use of common sense.
3. Continued multiple uses of our National Forests and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
4. Caring for our natural environment. Being environmentally, economically and socially responsible.
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Winners of the CWCS Annual Meeting/Fund Raiser and Boat Raffle on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2017 at Whiteside Park at close of Harvest Moon Festival can be found here.
Click here for the latest misinformation from the Friends of the Boundary Waters on the School Trust Lands exchange in the Boundary Waters and the CWCS reply. Pick a few items to expand upon and put them in a letter/email with some comments of your own. It is best to not have a form type response with your comments.
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Comments must be submitted by 10/10/2017.
Why CWCS continues to fight...
"(We will) embark on a 10 year campaign to get every single motor out of the Boundary Waters." – Friends of the Boundary Waters lawyer, Brian O’Neill, quoted in the May 20, 1998 Minneapolis Star Tribune