BOOK EXPERIENCE

Join staff and regional experts in a weeklong exploration of the waters, forests, wildlife and geology that makes the Northwoods so unique. This training session will specifically focus on ecology in northern Wisconsin. Participants will learn about nature and wildlife, teaching them how to collect data, partake in citizen science, restore trails, and make a difference in the community through volunteer service.

PROGRAM COST JUST $275/student and includes:

  • 40-hour course and instruction, including guest speakers

  • All materials and local transportation (5 days of
    field trips)

  • 2 homemade meals/day (continental breakfast
    and lunch)

 

LODGING:

Lodging is available in one of our on-site dormitories for $35/night, made payable to Trees For Tomorrow. Please plan to bring your own towels and bedding. Our dorms do not have kitchenettes. To reserve lodging at TFT, please call 715-479-6456 or email jenny@treesfortomorrow.com

 

MEALS:

A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided free of charge each day. If you require special arrangements for any food allergies or dietary needs, please call 715-479-6456 or email jenny@treesfortomorrow.com. Participants are responsible for their own dinner arrangements.

Schedule:

July 10 - 14: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

July 15: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Wisconsin Master Naturalist Volunteer Training

Make a positive impact through stewardship, citizen science, and educational activities - learn how July 10 - 25, 2022

TFT is hosting a Master Naturalist volunteer training program!

 

40 hours of coursework in natural history, interpretation, and conservation stewardship

Instructors: Jenny Sadak and Shelly Rudnick-Peterson Environmental Science Educators, Trees For Tomorrow

The 2022 Class is currently FULL with a waitlist.