Between 1921 and 1928, a group of Canadian Artists known as the Group of Seven began coming to the North Shore of Lake Superior to paint the breathtaking landscape. Now almost 100 years later, you can stand in the very places they painted and experience those same landscapes they captured on canvas. As the Group of Seven Lake Superior Trail project connects these painting sites from Pukaskwa National Park to Neys Provincial Park, we are seeking funds to help purchase equipment for our trail crew. As a growing organization, we are asking for your help to support our activities of sustainable trail development to make these amazing places accessible for art lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
Through your donation, we will be able to purchase equipment such as a chainsaw and the proper safety equipment, a brush cutter, pruners, a trailer to transport and store our tools, and a few other items that are necessary for us to carry out building and maintaining our trails. With your support, we can achieve our mission to share where the Group of Seven fell in love with Marathon’s beautiful landscape.
As a token of our appreciation, we are offering the following rewards for each generous donation: $25 - Postcard $50 - Ballcap $100 - Market Tote $500 - 11 oz. Mug $1000 - Logo Print $5000 - Giclee Print
Thank you for your help and we look forward to seeing you on the trail!