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Regional Link Partners
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Winter Area Chamber of Commerce: winterwi.com, 715-266-2204, P.O. Box 245, Winter, Wi 54896, firstname.lastname@example.org, P.O. Box 245, Winter, WI 54896
Phillips Area Chamber of Commerce: phillipswisconsin.net, 715-339-4100, 305 S. Lake Ave, Phillips, Wi 54555 email@example.com
Park Falls Area Chamber of Commerce: parkfalls.com, 715-762-2703 or 877-762-2703, 400 4thAve South, Park Falls, Wi 54552 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hayward Area Chamber of Commerce: haywardareachamber.com, 715-634-8662, P.O. Box 762, 15805 KUS Hwy 63, Hayward, Wi 54843 email@example.com
Greater Ladysmith Area Chamber of Commerce: ruskcountywi.com/greater-ladysmith-area-chamber-of-commerce/#, 715-532-7328, 205 W. 9th Street, Ladysmith, Wi 54845 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rusk County Tourism: 205 W. 9th Street, Ladysmith, Wi 54845 715-532-2642, email@example.com
Rice Lake Area Chamber of Commerce:
ricelakechamber.org, 877-234-2126, 37 S. Main Street, Rice Lake, Wi 54868-2299, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eagle River Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center: eagleriver.org, 715-479-8575 or 800-359-6315, 201 N. Railroad St., Eagle River, Wi 54521, email@example.com
Hurley Chamber of Commerce: hurleywi.com, 715-208-0902 or 715-561-4334, 316 Silver Street, Hurley, Wi 54534, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce: visitashland.com, or chamberofcommerce.com/chambers/united-states/Wisconsin/Ashland, 715-682-2500, 1716 Lake Shore Drive W, Ashland, Wi 54806, email@example.com
Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center: nglvc.org, 29270 Co. Hwy G, Ashland, Wi 54806, 715-685-9983
Superior Chamber & Visitors Center: superiorchamber.org, 715-394-7716 or 800-942-5313, 205 Belknap St., Superior, Wi 54880, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce: rhinelanderchamber.com, 715-365-7464, 450 W. Kemp St., Rhinelander, Wi 54501, email@example.com
Minocqua Arborvitae Woodruff Area Chamber of Commerce: Minocqua.org, 715-715-356-5266 or 800-44-NORTH (66784), 8216 Hwy 51 S., P.O. Box 1006, Minocqua, Wi 54548, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomahawk Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center: gototomahawk.com, 800-569-2160 or 715-453-5334, 208 N. 4th Street, Tomahawk, Wi 54487, email@example.com
Medford Area Chamber of Commerce: medford-chamber.org, 715-748-4729, 104 E. Perkins Street, Medford, Wi 54451, firstname.lastname@example.org
Spooner Area Chamber of Commerce: spoonerchamber.org, 715-635-2168, 122 N. River Street, Spooner, Wi 54801, email@example.com
Washburn County Tourism Association: washburncounty.org, 715-635-9696, 122 N. River Street, Spooner, Wi 54801, Michele Martin, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhinelander Railroad Museum: experiencerhinelander.com/pioneer-park-historical-complex/ or check m.facebook.com/RhinelandeerRailroadmuseum/ 715-369-5004
Duluth Historic Union Depot: experiencethedepot.org, 218-733-7500 or 218-733-7571, 506 W. Michigan Street, Duluth, Mn 55802
Green Bay National Railroad Museum: nationalrrmuseum.org, 920-437-7623, 2285 S Broadway, Green Bay, Wi 54304-4832
Mid Continent Railway Museum: midcontinent.org, 608-522-4261 or 800-930-1385, P.O. Box 358, E8948 Museum Road, North Freedom, Wi 53951, email@example.com
The big day may have come and gone, but keep in touch as we’re always up to something new and exciting and it will always involve supporting our local community and our region in the Great State of Wisconsin.
Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!
Seeing a need for energetic, nonprofit work in this area, we formed our charitable organization to provide sensible solutions in the realm of welcoming visitors to our area, informing them about our history and values, fostering economic development and outdoor recreation while simultaneously protecting our diverse environment. Our area offers ample opportunity for fishing, boating, hiking, hunting, canoing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and motorized sports and it is heartening to witness the support that exists for protecting our valuable environment from visitors and locals alike. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community, our county board, the Wisconsin DNR, the Wisconsin DOT and local entrepreneurs. Our premiere project for the last 14 years has been to restore a 1905 CNW railroad depot into a visitors welcoming center to promote all of these initiatives. This facility is scheduled to open in July of 2020.
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. Using data driven models, we provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference, particularly in the areas of protecting our diverse ecosystems, fostering resource and economic development and educating visitors and locals alike regarding our generational values and how they have served us.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals. Your generous donation will fund our mission which is to preserve, protect and restore native ecosystems along the Tuscobia State Trail, Educate visitors regarding the flora and fauna and relatedness of species in various unique habitats, to Develop resources of various kinds along the trail and to procure funding to carry out these initiatives.
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The Winter Depot Project is complete. The Grand Opening was a shining success on September 3, 2020. The Winter Greenhouse outdid themselves while presentations by Mike Cookas on Muskie Fishing, Geary Searfoss on sustainable forests, Laine Stowell on the Elk reintroduction in the Flambeau River State Forest and Arlyn Colby on the Park Falls Railroad Line, were enjoyed by all.