a group of people in a woods, standing and listening to one man explain about the plants

Trees for Tomorrow

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Training Dates

July 9 - July 14, 2023


Trees for Tomorrow

519 Sheridan Street

Eagle River, WI 54521



Jenny Sadak

Kim Feller

Shelly Rudnick-Peterson

Bethany Heft


Trees For Tomorrow (TFT), a natural resources specialty school in Eagle River, will be your host for this Wisconsin Master Naturalist training. Join TFT staff and regional experts in a week-long exploration of the waters, forests, wildlife, and geology that make the Northwoods so special. This training visits several field locations that will require a moderate amount of hiking on and off trail, sometimes on uneven terrain. Transportation is provided to and from field sites via TFT vehicles.

          Lodging: Lodging is available in one of our on-site dormitories for $40/night, made payable to Trees For Tomorrow. Please plan to bring your own towels and bedding.

          Meals: A continental style breakfast is available each morning at no extra cost for the participants. Lunch is available for the week (Sunday-Friday) for an additional fee of $70/person, made payable to TFT. Those not participating in the TFT lunch option will need to bring lunch each day. We do ask that participants commit to the entire week for the lunch option. You are responsible for your own dinner arrangements.

For more information, or to reserve lodging, meals, or discuss dietary needs, please contact Jenny Sadak at 715-479-6456 or jenny@treesfortomorrow.com.

The Wisconsin Master Naturalist program is a network of well-informed volunteers dedicated to conservation service, leadership, and lifelong learning. The Master Naturalist training provides 40 hours of education in a variety of natural history topics and Master Naturalist service areas. Through expert-led trainings, Master Naturalists are equipped to address challenges facing the state by making positive impacts through stewardship, citizen science, and educational activities. Trainings have an emphasis on outdoor field experiences with some classroom instruction and are taught by professional natural resources educators and scientists. Once trained, Wisconsin Master Naturalists record 40 hours of service and 8 hours of advanced training each year to maintain certification and receive a recognition pin.


Sunday, July 9th: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Monday, July 10th: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tuesday, July 11th: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Wednesday, July 12th: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thursday, July 13th: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday, July 14th: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Class Size



To be a certified Master Naturalist, you will be required to:

  • Attend regularly. Only four hours of training may be missed.
  • Be 18 years old or older.
  • Travel in personal vehicles as necessary to reach different learning sites throughout the training, unless transportation is provided by the host.
  • Complete a small training project.

** Master Naturalist Trainings are primarily outdoor learning experiences which may include extended periods of standing, hiking on both flat paths and off-trails with inclines, and a variety of weather conditions. If you have questions about the activity level of the training, please contact the program office info@wimasternaturalist.org prior to registering.

Financial Hardship

The Wisconsin Master Naturalist program believes that finances should not be a barrier to learning. Reduced registration fees are available for those who indicate the fee is a hardship. Reduced fees will be available during the registration process at a self-selected rate of either $200, $150, or $100. Our hope is that by participating in the Master Naturalist program you are able to give back your time to organizations that need your help. And if your financial situation changes in the future that you’ll consider a donation back to our program.

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