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Heart of the Continent International Community Congress – 2011

Fact Sheet (PDF) » Please view the following presentation about the Heart of the Continent Partnership’s development of its 2011 program, the International Community Congress. Contact hocp@heartofthecontinent.org if you are interested in getting involved! What people are saying Participants at the July 2010 HOCP meeting in Grand Portage, MN were asked, “What do you like …

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Heart of the Continent featured in Fort Frances Times

The Fort Frances Times recently ran an article about the Heart of the Continent Partnership’s plan for 2010 and beyond: With 2010 having arrived, the “Heart of the Continent Partnership” has its sights set on building co-operation and dialogue along the Ontario/Minnesota border, including establishing region-wide community-based training on balancing nature, commerce, and cross-border opportunities. …

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HOCP recognized by World Wilderness Congress

Heart of the Continent Partnership (HOCP) was congratulated for its “ongoing effort to promote trans-boundary cooperation and research … within the publicly managed lands along this Canadian/American border area” at the 9th World Wilderness Congress (WWC) held in Merida, Mexico last November, 2009. The WWC passed a resolution of support that commends Heart of the …

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Strengthening communities neighboring public lands

Strengthening Communities that Neighbor Public Lands The Heart of the Continent Partnership (HOCP) is a Canadian/American coalition of land managers, community leaders and local stakeholders working together on cross-border projects that promote the natural, economic, and cultural health of the lakes, forests and communities along the Ontario/Minnesota border. Heart of the Continent Partnership builds dialogue, …

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