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Donor Board

Quetico Park staff greatfully appreciated the donation of water and juice for the January 14, 2012 Sawmill Classic Ski Event


The Beaten Path Nordic Ski CLub has been in the forefront of the effort to promote and facility park use in the winter.   The Club has been involved in ski tours, Children's picnics, snowshoe hikes and skill development workshops.   Club members have been regular volunteers in trail planning and development. The addition of a trail running series on Quetico and the Beaten Path's ski trails has been made possible through volunteers as well.

Souris River Canoes has been a long-term supporter of many park programs.  

The Quetico Foundation has for many decades supported the Park in a wide range of initiatives.   Perhaps key within these has been environmental research and support for a ongoing summer program.   Recently there has been support for the Artist in Residence Program and purchase of a large Voyageur Canoe.    The Foundation has always been active in the evolution of park policy.


 Mountain Equipment Coop support a local ski club in the purchase of 22 sets of snowshoes.   These have been regularly used in winter programs in 2009


The Trans Canada Trail Foundation has been actively involved in helping Quetico Park and Atikokan connect  together with a continuous recreational link.   In 2009 they were the primary sponsors for a musical event combining Voyageur-style folk music and the Thunder Bay Symphony.



The Friends of Quetico celebrated their 25th Anniversary in 2009.   They have played a key role in develop educational, promitional and souvenir items.   The Friends continue to play a strong role in supporting the parks Natural Heritage Education Program.  Finally the Friends have worked with park on special events to involve the community of Atikokan.












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