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Audubon Center of the North Woods

The Audubon Center is a residential environmental education site with a mission to protect, improve and promote the enjoyment of the natural environment through formal and informal education programs and research. Open all year, we offer classes on active adventure and ecology to people of all ages.
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P.O. Box 530/54165 Audubon Drive
Sandstone , MN 55795
Contact Person: Kate Crowley
Phone: 888/404-7743
Fax: 320/245-5272
E-Mail: crowley@audubon-center.org
Website: http://www.audubon-center.org

Detailed Information:
The Audubon Center is a non-profit educational center that has been in existence for 35 years. In that time it has grown dramatically in scope and size, so that today we can sleep up to 150 people in our three dormitory buildings. We offer classes to elementary through college students, as well as post-graduate and Elderhostel courses and programs.

The Center sits on 535 acres of mixed forest, wetland and prairie, with a long shoreline on Grindstone Lake. A historic barn houses a collection of raptors that are used for educational programs. A high ropes and low ropes course and indoor climbing wall are part of our adventure education program. The Center is also available for private retreats and conferences.

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