Other sites relevant to Isle
Jim Marshall's unique masterpiece!
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David and Kristi Stokes Lake Superior Video
Award winning journalist David Stokes is
producing a documentary on the families of Isle Royale.
Isle Royale Natural History association
A non-profit educational organization, the Isle Royale Natural History
Association (IRNHA), in partnership with the National Park Service,
promotes the public's understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of
Isle Royale National Park and Keweenaw National Historical Park.
Commercial Fishing Museum
Governed by the Tofte Historical Society, the North Shore Commercial
Fishing Museum operates as an education 501(c) non-profit, dedicated
to "the collection, preservation and dissemination of historical
knowledge… with specific emphasis on commercial fishing and the more
general relationship of early lifestyles to the shore and waters of
Lake Superior" (THS By Laws, Article II). With over 400 members and
numerous volunteers, the Tofte Historical Society and Museum are
growing and well supported.
ROYALE BOATERS ASSOCIATION
"Our mission is to educate, represent, and promote the interest of
power and sail boaters, sport fishermen, canoeists, kayakers,
backpackers, and all visitors of Isle Royale National Park."