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Founded in 1944, Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) is Wisconsin’s oldest natural resource specialty school. For nearly 75 years, TFT has provided workshops to teach the basics of forestry, wildlife management, water ecology and other resource topics to K-12 students and their teachers from a three-state area. Over 10,000 students, teachers and others travel to Eagle River each year for one, three or five day workshops. What makes a trip to TFT unique is that most of the course work is taught outdoors in the forests, bogs, streams and the trails of northern Wisconsin. Students learn the latest forest management techniques and how to protect the fresh water systems our area is known for. They learn outdoor skills like orienteering and cross-country skiing, as well as resource conservation and career opportunities in the environmental field. Throughout the year, TFT also offers special interest workshops for adults. Adults can learn skills such as snowshoe weaving or wreath-making.
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