2019 Artist In Residence application deadline March 31

Photo credit: Cass Atatise

Enjoy creating wonderful inspired art in the wilderness of Quetico Provincial Park! Apply now to be a Quetico 2019 Artist in Residence, the deadline is March 31st. The Quetico Foundation can also pay for part of these travel expenses and initiated the artist in residence cabin. Please see https://queticofoundation.org/what-we-do/arts-culture/ for more information.

By |January 5th, 2019|Foundation News, Local news, Park News|Comments Off on 2019 Artist In Residence application deadline March 31

Oh my magpies! Christmas Bird Count locally coordinated by Quetico Foundation trustee emeriti

Do you love science and observing birds?

Read about Dave Elder’s sighting of black-billed magpies, a species typically found further west, in Atikokan as well and his contributions to the Atikokan Christmas Bird Count here: https://view.publitas.com/on-nature/winter-2018/page/6-7. Dave Elder is a former Quetico Provincial Park superintendent and a Quetico Foundation Trustee Emeriti.

Amazing work Dave!!!

By |January 5th, 2019|Events, Foundation News, Local news|Comments Off on Oh my magpies! Christmas Bird Count locally coordinated by Quetico Foundation trustee emeriti

Atikokan Progress: Biology Interns Spending Summer Researching in Park

Quetico Foundation Biology Interns, Jared Stachiw and Katie Tripp, featured in an Article Progress article about backcountry canoe expeditions to do biology and forest fire data research in Quetico Provincial Park.

Online coverage http://atikokanprogress.ca/2018/08/21/biology-interns-spending-summer-doing-research-in-quetico-park/ and https://queticofoundation.org/atikokan-progress-biology-interns/

By |August 24th, 2018|Foundation News, Local news, Park News|Comments Off on Atikokan Progress: Biology Interns Spending Summer Researching in Park