2612 County Road 1
Wrenshall, MN 55797
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Directions: Google maps now works pretty good for our address, or see directions below:
From Duluth: exit I-35 at Grand Avenue/Hwy 23. Take Hwy 23 through West Duluth, Gary, and Fond du Lac. Continue on 23 over the St. Louis River in Fond du Lac for another 5 miles. Turn right on County Road 4. Drive 2.5 miles to the stop sign on County Road 1. Turn left on Co Rd 1, we are about 1 mile south on the left hand side of the road. Look for the deer fence, solar panels, and veggies!
From Cloquet / alternate Duluth route: From the Scanlon/Carlton/Hwy 45 exit from I-35, go south on Hwy 45 to the stop sign in Carlton. Continue straight, you will now be on County Road 1. Follow 1 through Wrenshall. The farm is just over 2 miles south of Wrenshall on the left hand side of the road.
The Lake Superior Binational Forum has become aware of the great work that you are doing to help save our precious environment. We would like to extend the opportunity for you to share your great work and be considered for the Environmental Stewardship Award.
Please feel free to look at our website and fill out a nomination form. Find us at http://www.superiorforum.org/outreach/stewardship-awards/nominate-a-steward.
Deadline for completed applications is Friday, April 13, 2012. Applications may be made by the nominee (self-nominated) or by making a nomination on someone else’s behalf.
Members of the Lake Superior Binational Program review each nomination and select a winner in six categories. Judges may also make Honorable Mention awards to suitable nominations.
Awards are presented to winners on Lake Superior Day July 15, 2012 (held annually on the third Sunday in July).
Thank you and we hope to hear from you!
I want to share a funny story.My daughter has a Netherland Dwarf rabbit. She offered him one of those whittled down baby carrots, and he turned up his nose. i offered him a piece of a Food Farm carrot, and he gobbled it up.
Nice to know that a carrot expert loves yours – as does our family!