Upcoming Outdoor U Events

Community Tapping Day Saturday, February 25 Join us for our big community tapping day. No experience necessary, just bring your outdoor clothing and 'sweet' attitude! http://csbsju.edu/outdooru/maplesyrup/education/tappingday   Maple Syrup Festivals Saturday, March 25 and April 1 Sap collecting, syrup cooking, horse-drawn rides, demonstrations, and hot maple syrup sundaes await the whole family. http://csbsju.edu/outdooru/education/events/maplesyrupfestival   Saint … Continue reading Upcoming Outdoor U Events

Spring Into Birding, March 18

Spring Into Birding Member exclusive program sponsored by the Bell Museum and the Minnesota Ornithologists' Union Saturday, March 18, 9:00am - 3:30pm Cargill Building, University of Minnesota 1500 Gortner Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108 Nearby parking: Gortner Ave. Ramp Join the Bell Museum and Minnesota Ornithologists' Union for a day of speaker sessions and activities … Continue reading Spring Into Birding, March 18

How Trees Work: A Closer Look at Tree Biology, March 4

North Metro Master Naturalist Chapter is hosting a workshop How Trees Work:  A Closer Look at Tree Biology When:         Saturday, March 4, 2017 Location:    Carlos Avery Game Farm/Wildlife Science Center- 5463-C West  Broadway Ave,  Forest Lake, MN Time:         Check in  9:30 am, Class 10 – 12pm,  Potluck lunch to follow You must register on the … Continue reading How Trees Work: A Closer Look at Tree Biology, March 4

educational wolf programs for the public

Hello, My name is Andrew Broz and I am the programming specialist at the International Wolf Center. I was hoping to reach out to Minnesota Extension Services and 4-H to see if county extension offices might be interested in any educational wolf programs for the public. We understand that extension services offer educational initiatives, or … Continue reading educational wolf programs for the public

Plant I.D. workshops, Lk Superior area

Registration is now open for two 2017 Plant Identification (I.D.) workshops*, both of which will be held in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula near the shores of scenic Lake Superior on: 1.  Isle Royale National Park (June 5-10), based at Rock Harbor, and 2.  Keweenaw Peninsula (July 25-27), based in Copper Harbor, Michigan's northernmost village. This … Continue reading Plant I.D. workshops, Lk Superior area

Great River Greening Volunteer Supervisor Training, Minnetonka, March 11

Great River Greening Volunteer Supervisor Training Do you enjoy leading, teaching, and motivating others? Are you interested in taking on a leadership role? Do you care about the environment and want to make a lasting impact? If you answered yes to any of these, then sign up today to become a Great River Greening Volunteer … Continue reading Great River Greening Volunteer Supervisor Training, Minnetonka, March 11

Institute for Non-formal Climate Change Education – Sandstone – March 13-15

March 13–15, 2017 Audubon Center of the Northwoods in Sandstone, MN Are you a naturalist, museum educator, or after school youth program leader? Do you work with community members and the public? This Institute is geared toward anyone interested in learning skills on how to communicate about climate change in non-formal educational settings. Join us … Continue reading Institute for Non-formal Climate Change Education – Sandstone – March 13-15