Nancy McReady, president of Conservationists with Common Sense, spoke about the School Trust Lands in the Boundary Waters with Kristen Vake on Wednesday, September 6th 2017. Eye On Mining: School Trust Lands in the BWCA take center stage - CBS 3 Duluth
Local View: BWCAW can be protected while allowing mining. Opinion by Nancy McReady, president of Conservationists with Common Sense, in the Duluth News Tribune on Aug 7, 2017.
Please remember that CWCS will no longer automatically mail boat tickets to our membership, as in the past. You may purchase them by contacting board directors directly, filling out the ticket order form on the Summer 2017 newsletter, or by making your request for tickets by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all who bought raffle tickets and support Conservationists with Common Sense. Tickets available at The Great Outdoors, Zaverl’s Bar, Ely Shopper, Skube’s Bait & Tackle, LaTourell’s Resort, Blomberg’s in Ely & Babbitt, Aronson's in Tower, and at Our Place in Finland. Thank you for supporting CWCS!
CWCS Annual Meeting/Fund Raiser
Winners in the 2017 CWCS raffle
Rick Jewett from Brooklyn Center won the CWCS boat package. O'Neil Westling from Duluth won the Grand Fishing package. Misty Merhar from Ely won the birch bark framed print.
Thank you to all our winners for supporting Conservationists with Common Sense!
2016 CWCS boat package winners Greg and Deanna Baty with Mike Madden