Join Our Friends
FRIENDS OF THE APOSTLE ISLANDS
To promote an appreciation for and preservation of the cultural and natural heritage and the natural environment of the Apostle Islands.
NATIONAL PARKS OF LAKE SUPERIOR FOUNDATION
This effort is meant to complement efforts by the Friends organizations of individual parks. Any private donations received will be split evenly between the parks, unless the donation has a specifically targeted project or park. The NPLSF is actively seeking partners to assist in developing this special new funding organization and invite individual and major donors.
To learn more about how to become involved in these efforts write to the following address:
National Parks of Lake Superior Foundation
Did You Know?
Black bear populations on the islands have their ups and downs. Between 2002 and 2010 the bear population on Stockton Island fell from 26 to 13. More bears were found on Oak Island (18) than on Stockton, and the numbers on Sand Island almost doubled from 6 to 10 individuals during that time.