Association News

This is our 2016 Membership Drive.

Welcome New Members! Thank You Renewing Members, for Your Continuing Support!

For more than 15 years, the 54-mile nationally designated Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway has spread the word about its resources; walking trails, recreational parks, wildlife management areas, paved shoulders for biking, fourteen informational panel kiosks, historic sites, exhibits, gardens, scholarships and so much more.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St.

Keith Simar has been busy on the speaking circuit this summer talking about the Pequot Lakes Fire Tower at the Pequot Lakes Historical Society on June 2nd.

Many thanks to PBSBA board member Roger Hoplin for moving the Chiarella sign to storage. As Roger put it, “What a job”!  You are incredible, thanks for all your hard work. 

Thank you so much for sharing your time, insights and knowledge with our University of Minnesota Regional Sustainable Develp

New Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway directional and route signage is installed along the country roads making up the Scenic Byway.

On July 24 & 25th the U of M Extension Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships holds their meeting in the central region and they have asked to tour the

Patty Norgaard, Mayor of Crosslake has spearheaded something with the Audubon Society of MN called a Bird City Project.   

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