High School students discover if a natural resources career is the path to your future! Students who participate in the Trees For Tomorrow’s Careers in Natural Resources workshop will meet foresters, fisheries and wildlife biologists, water resource specialists, conservation wardens, recreation land managers, and more! Experience real-life field work, and develop outdoor skills. Also learn what various occupations require for education or training, what they pay, and what today's job market is like.  

PROGRAM COST JUST $200/student and includes:

  •     5 nights dorm-style lodging in semi-modern historic lodges

  •     3 home-made meals/day (15 total)

  •     Instruction including guest speakers

  •     All materials and local transportation

Contact the Careers Workshop Coordinator, Todd Starling, at Trees For Tomorrow or 715-479-6456 (230) for more information.

For over 50 years, Trees For Tomorrow has prepared high school studentsto take on the task of responsibly managing our natural resources through an annual week-long Natural Resources Careers Exploration Week typically held each June. You can help ensure this experience continues to be accessible to all Midwest high school students by becoming a Careers Week sponsor. Just $400 covers one student’s tuition for 6 days of programming, all materials, 5-nights lodging, and 15 meals.


The 2021 Natural Resources Career Workshop was underwritten, in part, by the generous support of Weyerhaeuser, Wisconsin County Forests Association, Domtar and CellCom.

Field activities and outdoor skill-building with experts in the industry

Natural Resource Careers Exploration Week

High Schoolers discover the advantages and diversity of a Natural Resources Career - June 12 - 17, 2022

June 12 - 17, 2022