are nearly 90,000 acres of roadless areas in the Superior National
Forest that deserve permanent protection. These are old forests,
pristine lakes and popular recreation areas that have largely
remained free of logging and degradation. They are some of Minnesota’s last remaining unprotected wild places.
Without protection, these 90,000 acres of wild woods and lakes could
be deforested, developed or degraded. We need your help today to
keep them wild. Because once they’re gone, they’re gone forever.