The court says that the Boundary Waters
Act "seeks to balance protections of wilderness with public access to that wilderness (1391).
Olson's proudest moment may have come in 1978, when President Jimmy Carter signed a law granting full wilderness protection to Minnesota's Boundary Waters
The Canadian federal government, in November 1999, announced draft amendments to the Boundary Waters
Treaty Act that would prohibit bulk water removals and diversions from all Canadian boundary waters
unless licenced by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
* Amendments to the International Boundary Waters
Treaty Act (IBWTA) to give the federal government regulatory power to prohibit bulk removals from boundary waters
, principally the Great Lakes.
Students from WTHS and Lakes Community High School will also host a series of short films about the Boundary Waters
That contrast is the essence of the wilderness experience in Minnesota's Boundary Waters
. The physical effort required to explore its off-the-grid remoteness -- including carrying a canoe solo on slippery, rocky trails -- makes every worry evaporate like steam off woolen socks strung over a campfire.
It's taken long enough, almost ten years, but soon Mayor Dyster's pride and joy Boundary Waters
sculpture will be unveiled and subjected to a dedication ceremony, to take place at its seat of honor in the middle of the Rainbow Blvd.
His solution is to embark on a solo canoe trip into the northern boundary waters
of Lake Superior and southern Canada, a land as dangerous and remote as Pender's own heart.
The IJC was set up under the 1909 Boundary Waters
Treaty to resolve issues between Canada and the U.S.
Nelson runs Spirit of the Wilderness Outfitters in Ely, Minnesota, one of many outfitters that cater to people visiting Superior National Forest (SNF) and its Boundary Waters
Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA).