Whether it’s in the field, a classroom, or virtually…. here are engaging programs for youth to adult audiences that promote the sustainability of natural resources that our communities and cultures rely on.
Our educational programs weave together traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) of the Lake Superior Ojibwe people, culture, and science ecological knowledge. We partner with federal, state, tribal partners, citizens, schools and natural resource professionals to address community and natural resource issues, like climate change, that are affecting the Lake Superior region and beyond.
Programs are offered at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center (NGLVC), tribal communities, and field sites within Wisconsin’s Lake Superior region. Many can be customized and outreached for your location.
Click on our program tabs to see the educational programs and resources we offer.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org