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Public Lands and Recreation Tourism Gathering Brings Together Ontario-Minnesota Collaboration in Gooseberry Falls State Park – Joseph N. Alexander Visitor Center, Two Harbors MN – October 26

Heart of the Continent Partnership will be hosting a roundtable gathering at the visitor center of Gooseberry Falls State Park. A discussion on cross-border partnerships, along with presentations by Lake County Historical Society, Minnesota DNR, Split Rock Lighthouse Historic Site and from Ontario, Path of the Paddle Association, will be held on October 26, 2017 in Two Harbors MN.

The Heart of the Continent Partnership (HOCP) is getting together in Two Harbors at Gooseberry Falls State Park – Joseph N. Alexander Visitor Center for those interested in tourism opportunities to identify and map the region’s special values, places and stories. HOCP is a coalition of public land managers and interested community stakeholders from Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Ontario who recognize the benefits of geotourism and are committed to sharing the uniqueness of the region with the world as a great place to live, work and raise a family.

Community members are invited to the general meeting Thursday afternoon, October 26th (1:00 – 5:00), Gooseberry Falls State Park Visitor Center and Thursday evening – 6:30 pm  at Castle Danger Brewery (17 7th St Two Harbors, MN 55616) will have a presentation about Canada’s newly opened Trans-Canada Trail by representatives from the waterway section of “The Great Trail”, Path of the Paddle Association.

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