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Caption: Trees For Tomorrow's Nature Adventure programs are a family-friendly way to get out and explore the Northwoods for a few hours.
Caption: Participants in Trees For Tomorrow's Nature ReTREEt program enjoyed a week of canoeing lakes and rivers in a small group setting.
Caption: The hiking portion of Trees For Tomorrow's upcoming Nature ReTREEt will take participants to breathtaking locales in both Wisconsin and the UP.
Caption: Local expert Anne Small (right) discusses answers questions about her fungi display during the Nature's Bounty Foraging workshop with class participant Bethany Heft.
Caption: Participants in the Sustainable Living Institute Nature's Bounty workshop get the opportunity to touch and feel actual fungi and ask questions.
Caption: Youngsters attending Trees For Tomorrow's weekly summer S.E.E.K. program learn all about the wonders of our waters and the plants and animals who live in them.
Caption: Many Trees For Tomorrow programs are family-friendly, encouraging participants of all ages to get their hands dirty.
Caption: Landowners in 1946 anxiously awaiting their seedlings. Trees For Tomorrow continues this tradition today.
Caption: Trees For Tomorrow containerized tree seedlings are grown in northern Wisconsin with their roots already growing in a plug of soil.
Caption: High schoolers from different parts of the state enjoy learning and camaraderie at a Trees For Tomorrow multi-high school workshop.
Caption: KinderWild Camp preschoolers get a lot of outdoor time - rain, snow or shine!
Caption: Students in KinderWild Camp get to meet and learn about Trees For Tomorrow's ambassador animals like Apollo the red-tail hawk.
Caption: Learning about nature in a hands-on way makes for a fun scavenger hunt.
Caption: Trees For Tomorrow's Nature Adventure programs are held on the third Saturday of the month and designed to get people of all ages connected to nature through fun outdoor learning experiences.
Caption: Trees For Tomorrow's annual wreath making workshop is a holiday tradition for many in the Northwoods. Wreaths are great to display in your home or to give away as a gift.
Caption: Trees For Tomorrow's Nature Adventure Night Hike activities will focus on the 5 senses, fostering conversation about the nocturnal residents of the Northwoods and how they’ve adapted to life in the dark. Costumes encouraged!
Caption: Luminaries light up Trees For Tomorrow's campus trail that is packed down for easy hiking or snowshoeing.
Caption: Hikers/Snowshoers can warm up by a toasty bonfire and enjoy a cup of cocoa and toast marshmallows with friends and family.