Educational programs for students and adults that promote the sustainability of the region's natural resources for the benefit of communities, economies, and cultures that rely on them.

It’s all connected!  Our educational programs weave together traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) of the Lake Superior Ojibwe people, culture, and scientific ecological knowledge to build environmental leadership in youth to adult learners.  Working with federal, state, tribal partners we guide learners in investigating environmental issues like climate change, to take action.


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For more information contact:
Cathy Techtmann-Environmental Outreach State Specialist               

Professor, Community Resource Development
University of Wisconsin Madison-Division of Extension

Local Office:  UW-Extension, Courthouse, 300 Taconite St. Hurley, WI 54534
Phone: 715.562.0050

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