Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) natural resources specialty school nestled on over 30 forested acres in Eagle River, Wisconsin. This location provides a great staging area for the many adventures that this specialty school has to offer. There are four dormitory style lodges, a historic dining hall and a contemporary education hall on the Trees For Tomorrow campus. Wildlife from deer to beaver wander through the campus any time of the year. The north side of the grounds border the Eagle River which is part of the popular chain of lakes that connect the city of Eagle River to the nearby town of Three Lakes. This chain of 28 lakes is the biggest inland freshwater chain in the nation.
Participants stay in comfortable, furnished dormitories, eat three meals a day in a full service dining hall, prepare for field studies in the classrooms of TFT's Education Center, and head out into the great Northwoods visiting local forests, bogs, lakes, rivers, Wilderness areas, and much more! Field studies involve activities like tree identification, orienteering, wildlife tracking, cross-country skiing, GPS course, and dozens of others.
Trees For Tomorrow's historic campus can accomodate school field trips, meetings, weddings, family reunions, and much more!
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