Hiawatha Interpretive Association - provides financial support for equipment purchases and to assist in achieving professional and organizational development goals
Bonifas Arts Center is a programming partner in Nature-Art FUNdamentals
HNF is an operating partner
DSISD is an operating partner
Clear Lake is part of Hands on the Land, a national network of field classrooms, connecting students, teachers, and parents to their public lands and waterways
Kiwanis of Alger County volunteers time during spring opening to ready the camp for school visits
Upper Peninsula Children's Museum is a grant partner on the Interpretive Trail Project - offering assistance from a resident Girl Scout Troop - and is a programming partner in offering environmental education workshops
Community Foundation for Delta County - contributed funding for Nature-Art FUNdamentals and for the Interpretive Trail Project
Plum Creek funded a grant to purchase supplies for the Fire Ecology program and a grant to expand CLEC's aquatics program with a watershed model and a visit from Mark Gleason of GLNMM and his underwater ROV program
Superior Watershed Partnership and Trust is a past partner on grant work involving the Wilderness Areas of the Hiawatha National Forest
SnowSchool is a partner in providing winter ecology and activities and integrates Clear Lake into a network through the Winter Wildlands Alliance
The Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition has generously funded programs and transportation assistance for Clear Lake.
Mark Gleason, through GLNMM, has been a program and grant partner presenting his underwater ROV program to area students.
MARESA is an operating partner
Girl Scout Cadette Troop 5011 of Girl Scouts of the North West Great Lakes Council was a grant partner on the Clear Lake Interpretive Trail Project which helped them earn their Silver Award.
Hiawatha Interpretive Association
Upper Peninsula
Children's Museum