|Trees: Benefits don’t stop at resources education|
By Kurt Krueger
COULD IT BE that those of us who live, work and play in this natural resources paradise are too far-sighted to clearly see the benefits of our own nonprofit conservation specialty school?
Trees For Tomorrow in Eagle River has been using field studies and classroom presentations to teach students and their instructors since 1944.
Trees For Tomorrow in Eagle River introduces some 5,000 students to the North Woods every year through its outdoor education workshops, one of many local benefits from this nonprofit specialty school. —Contributed Photo
It has demonstrated the benefits of contemporary resource management to thousands while introducing first-time visitors to an area many will visit again — first as a vacationer and then quite possibly as a seasonal resident or a retiree.
|Tuesday, February 28, 2012 11:41 AM|