"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.
CWCS, along with our counterpart on Facebook – We Support Minnesota Mining – have been working for a period of time on developing a mining support website to assist in research, education and provide a resource base for relevant mining related material and selected opinion. We have also been working with Up North Jobs and Minnesota Miners on Facebook and Twitter in this effort for the betterment of our communities, region and state.
We have attempted to provide a cross section of good information to assist you in your research. It is intended to be used on the laptop or desktop platform. The new site has been titled: We Support Minnesota Mining Resource Library Link to the resource is here: http://www.frontiernet.net/~babbittcs/WSMMRL/index.html
You can amplify our voice by writing letters to the editor explaining our positions. Click here for a list of email addresses where you can submit letters to the editor to area newspapers.
This is about saving our communities, our schools and our hospitals around the Boundary Waters. There have been concerted efforts by extreme preservation groups that are harming our communities, our state and our country. As President of Conservationists with Common Sense, CWCS has informed our members about the 86,000 acres of School Trust Lands in the Boundary Waters. Continue reading...
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.
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