Dinner at the Lake - Life in the Middle of Nowhere with Arctic Explorer Lonnie Dupre

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Audubon Center of the North Woods

54165 Audubon Dr
Sandstone, MN 55072

(320) 245-2648 (Phone)

(888) 404-7743 (Toll Free)

(320) 245-5272 (Fax)

Region: Northeast

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  • Dinner at the Lake meal and presentation: Adults: $35; Children ages 5-12 yrs: $17 RESERVATIONS REQUIRED


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  • http://audubon-center.org/location/

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  • Desc of Green Practices in Place: The Audubon Center of the North Woods has made it a top priority to ‘walk the walk’ in demonstrating environmental stewardship and have implemented a wide variety of renewable energy sources and energy conservation measures.
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  • Water Conservation/Wastewater Mgmt Plan
  • Energy Efficiency/Conservation
  • Eco-Friendly Landscape/Facility Design
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  • Organic or Local Food & Beverage Choices

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  1. Audubon Center of the North Woods (ACNW)

    Audubon Center of the North Woods (ACNW)

    54165 Audubon Dr
    Sandstone, MN 55072
    Call: (320) 245-2648
    Toll Free: (888) 404-7743

    A non-profit environmental learning center (ELC) and 'green' conference & retreat center on Grindstone Lake near Sandstone, MN. Proud leaders in environmental education and renewable energy. On a diverse 535-acre lakeside sanctuary, our unique center features geothermal, solar and wind power systems. We can provide lodging and meals for 162 visitors and offer a wide variety of program options ranging from challenge such as high ropes course to team-building to wildlife and outdoor skills to environmental. Our beautiful lakeside location also has 7 miles of trails for hiking or skiing.

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