About the Museum

Our Mission

The Dorothy Molter Museum preserves and interprets Northwoods wilderness heritage through learning opportunities inspired by Dorothy Molter, the last non-indigenous resident of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).

Vision

The Dorothy Molter Museum is a dynamic and widely recognized educational organization.  It is highly valued for its historical resources and educational impact.  The museum inspires the next generation of northwoods stewards through Dorothy’s legacy.  As we continue to remember Dorothy and keep her spirit alive, it is our hope that we all dedicate our lives to live as Dorothy did, in harmony with the environment, with great dignity, courage, helping humankind, and making a significant contribution toward a better world.

Strategic Plan

In December of 2012, the Museum’s Board of Directors adopted a five year strategic plan to guide our activities through 2017.  You may view the plan on line by clicking here.

Board of Directors

Sarah Guy-Levar, Executive Director
Butch Diesslin, President
Gil Knight, Vice President
Patti Crager, Secretary
Sherry Abts, Treasurer
Peg Rosett
Barb Cary Hall
Pam Brunfelt
Bill Latady
Bill Tefft

Staff

Sarah Guy-Levar, Executive Director

Jess Edberg, Visitor Services Manager

Theresa Johnson, Visitor Services Assistant

Speaker Services

Need a speaker with an inspiring story for your next event? Presentations on the life of Dorothy Molter are available year round. Presentations can be formatted to fit the needs of your organization.Duration: Approximately 1 hourDorothy’s story is perfect for all ages and can be told at:

  • Club meetings
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner events
  • Conferences
  • Conventions
  • Corporate retreats
  • Special events
  • Root beer float socials using Dorothy’s Isle of Pines Root Beer

Program fee: $100-$500 plus travel expenses

Equipment requirement (if available): LCD projector and screen

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