Address:

Trees For Tomorrow
519 Sheridan Street East, PO Box 609
Eagle River, WI 54521

 

Phone: 715-479-6456


Fax: 715-479-2318


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The Tree Trunk is the campus store located in Education Hall on the Trees For Tomorrow campus. We carry a variety of clothing items, souvenirs, gifts, and snacks.

the tree trunk is the Trees For Tomorrow campus store located in the ed hall

inside the tree trunk campus store at Trees For Tomorrow

The following is a list of just some of the items we carry in our store. For more information or more product selection, please visit our on-site gift shop during regular business hours, 9am-2pm, Monday-Friday!

Examples of just a few of the items we carry:

SOUVENIRS

TFT LOGO MAGNET

This wooden laser engraved magnet is a great souvenir to remember your precious time at Trees For Tomorrow. Makes a great gift too!

CLOTHES

TIE-DYE T-SHIRT

100% Cotton preshrunk. This adult t-shirt quickly became our most popular seller for all ages. Its bright colors of blue, red, yellow and green make it a real attention grabber. Available in multi-color. Adult sizes only.

LIFE IS SIMPLE. EAT. SLEEP. BIRD

100% Cotton preshrunk. This adult t-shirt immediately became a hit with nature and bird lovers! With "Trees For Tomorrow, Eagle River" printed on the sleeve, another great way to advertise your love for birds and Trees For Tomorrow! Adult sizes only.

BURNOUT V-NOTCH WOMEN'S HOODIE

55% Cotton, 45% Polyester. A very beautiful and unique way of remembering your time at Trees For Tomorrow. A very soft material, comfortable hood, and pocket make this hoodie perfect for just anyone! Adult sizes only.

ONESIES

100% Cotton. These adorable onesies are perfect for the little supporter of Trees For Tomorrow. Available in Pink and Blue. Sizes 6M-24M.

 

ANIMAL TRACKS YOUTH T-SHIRT

100% Preshrunk Cotton. This t-shirt is great for any young one interested in studying animals and their tracks! With several different animal tracks on the front and back of the t-shirt and glow in the dark images, this t-shirt is another great gift! Available in black. Youth sizes only.

 

BUTTERFLY FACTS YOUTH T-SHIRT

100% Preshrunk Cotton. This t-shirt is great for any young one interested in butterflies and nature! With interesting butterfly facts on the front and back of the t-shirt and glow in the dark images, this t-shirt is another great gift! Available in yellow. Youth sizes only.

 

BOOKS

BIRDS OF WISCONSIN

This book can be enjoyed by beginner and advanced birders. Great pocket size field guide. Included in this 2nd edition are new sharper images and additional photos of juveniles, morphs, and more. By Stan Tekiela.

$12.95

BUTTERFLIES OF THE NORTHWOODS

This field guide covers 61 of the most common butterflies in northern Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. The innovative, user-friendly format makes field identification easy with field mark arrows pointing to distinguishing characteristics for each butterfly. It has seven handy appendices including a phenology flight chart, habitat guide and binocular buying guide. By Larry Weber.

$14.95

CRITTERS OF WISCONSIN

Part of a series of state-by-state pocket guides designed for kids but useful for anyone wanting concise information on 50 of Wisconsin's “critters” including birds and mammals.

$5.95

FISH OF WISCONSIN

Impress your fishing buddies with the Fish of Wisconsin Field Guide. The fact-filled book includes detailed, accurate illustrations and quick comparisons for easily identifying the fish you catch. Plus, the convenient size and the waterproof pages make this field guide safe to take with you on shore, in the boat or on the dock.

$12.95

IN GRANDPA'S WOODS

The story of two young children and the discoveries they make while spending time with their grandparents on their land in Wisconsin. Along the way they discover the wildlife that coexist on the land, and how important the forest is to their everyday lives. Hardcover. Written by Sharon Hart Addy. Illustrated by Tamlyn Akins.

$14.95

LICHENS OF THE NORTHWOODS

Lichens are the unsung superheroes of the Northern wilds; they are tiny organisms that have the capability to dissolve solid granite. Lichens are surprisingly colorful; blazing oranges, radiant yellows, pastel greens, rich blacks and bright whites adorn tree trunks, bedrock and even gravestones. One hundred twenty species are shown in beautiful color photos. Loaded with natural history text.

$18.95

MOTHS & CATERPILLARS OF THE NORTHWOODS

This first-of-its-kind field guide presents photos and information about more than 300 species of moths found in the North. An innovative format makes field identification a snap, and 700-plus color photos illustrate how surprisingly colorful moths can be. 288 pages, 4-1⁄2" x 8-1⁄4", softcover.

$18.95

NEWCOMB'S WILDFLOWER GUIDE

This is the standard work for botanists and serious amateurs, which uses an ingenious key system for quick, positive field identification of wildflowers, flowering shrubs and vines of northeastern and northcentral North America. The geographical area includes the Great Lakes region, southern Canada and the Mid-Atlantic states down to the Virginia/North Carolina border. By Lawrence Newcomb. Illustrated by Gordon Morrison.

$19.95

PFG: EASTERN TREES

Peterson Field Guides: Eastern Trees. This guide features: all 455 species of trees found east of the Rockies grouped by easily recognizable visual characteristics; 48 color plates showing the leaves, flowers, buds, twigs, and other features; unique and easy-to-use identification charts; readable, accurate text descriptions of all species, plus range maps. By George A. Petrides & Janet Wehr.

$20.00

SPIDERS OF THE NORTHWOODS

A Handy Field Reference to Our Most Common Northern Spiders. Spiders of the North Woods introduces you to over 60 fascinating northern spiders. Spider guides are few and far between. Larry Weber’s easy-to-follow format makes field identification simple and fun. By Larry Weber.

$18.95

WILDFLOWERS OF WISCONSIN

A field guide to hundreds of the state's beautiful wildflowers! Full-page photos and descriptions make this a great guide for beginners and a terrific gift. The material is easily understood by those with no botanical background but also includes important, accurate information useful to those more familiar with plants. This user-friendly field guide is organized by color and size. By Stan Tekiela.

$16.95

 

2017 PUBLIC MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM BENEFITS

branch and cone of a hemlock tree

 

Hemlock: $35-$49

  • Trees For Tomorrow wooden bookmark

 


 
branch and cone from a balsam tree

Balsam: $50-$99

  • 5% off merchandise purchased from The Tree Trunk 
  • Trees For Tomorrow wooden bookmark

 

 

needle and cone from a white pine tree

White Pine: $100-$249

  • 10% off merchandise purchased from The Tree Trunk 
  • Trees For Tomorrow special collection ornament
  • Trees For Tomorrow wooden bookmark

 

 

branch and cone from a balsam tree

Yellow Birch: $250-$499

  • 15% off merchandise purchased from The Tree Trunk
  • Trees For Tomorrow special collection ornament
  • Trees For Tomorrow wooden bookmark

 

 

tamarack

 

Tamarack: $500-$999

  • 20% off merchandise purchased from The Tree Trunk
  • Trees For Tomorrow special collection ornament
  • Trees For Tomorrow wooden bookmark

 

leaf and seed from a red oak tree

 
Red Oak: $1,000+
  • 20% off merchandise purchased from The Tree Trunk
  • 10% off any adult workshop
  • Trees For Tomorrow special collection ornament
  • Trees For Tomorrow wooden bookmark

The forward thinking of our founders continues through our current Board of Directors. All Corporate supporters have the option to participate on Trees For Tomorrow's Board of Directors through active participation in meetings and events. Board membership provides companies with year-round benefits of recognition and greater public awareness of their commitment to sustainable natural resources management and education. Your support of Trees For Tomorrow reflects your commitment to better serve your current customers and future generations.
 

Board of Directors

President
Jim Hoppe, Packaging Corp of America

Vice President
 
Treasurer
Tim Jadin, Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products
 
Secretary
Connie Lawniczak, Wisconsin Public Service
 
Todd Miller
Adam Lange
 
BPM Inc
Mitch Mekaelian
 
Domtar
Don Nelson
 
DJ Aderman 
 
Green Bay Packaging
Lisa Bauer Lotto, Past President
 
 
 
David Williams
 
 
Proctor & Gamble
Pete Denney
 
Kelley Knoerr, Past President
 
Bill O'Brion 
 
Jane Severt

 

 


 

Upcoming Events

Fri Jun 01 @ 7:30AM - 03:30PM
Golf Outing Fundraiser 2018
Sat Jul 28 @ 9:00AM - 03:00PM
Forest Fest 2018
Sat Oct 06 @ 5:00PM - 11:00PM
Cranberry Crush Casino Night & Music Fest

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