Custom Scout Program Packages now available!
Join us for an adventurous day, weekend, or week at Trees For Tomorrow of having fun in the outdoors while working towards badges, patches, or pins. Get to know other scouts, go fishing, catch critters, learn about reptiles, learn how to survive, and much more! Lodging available or bring a tent. Cook over a campfire and/or enjoy a home-cooked meal in our historic dining hall. Custom programs available to all scout groups young and old, male or female!
"I think that they (other scouts) should come to learn about things and have fun in the things that we did, like the Bog walk, or telemetry, or the group activities. This was fun!" - Girl Scout participant, July 2013.
"I think it would be fun for other troops to come because if they did not know a lot about nature, they would learn a lot." - Girl Scout participant, July 2013.
"So many different things the scouts can choose from that they may not be able to do at home." - Girl Scout leader/parent participant, July 2013.
The best part of the weekend at Trees For Tomorrow was "the enthusiastic staff - very knowledgable. The facilities were very nice too." - Girl Scout leader/parent participant, July 2013.
|Settle into dorms/tents|
|Lunch on own|
|1:30pm||Ice Breakers/Challenge Activities|
|2:30pm||Fishing @ Silver Lake (fishing safety, fish identification)|
|Critter Catching @ Silver Lake (macroinvertebrates as fish food, food web)|
|5:00pm||Dinner on own|
|6:30pm||Reptiles and Amphibians of WI (reptiles vs amphibians, common WI herptiles, frog calls, and LIVE snakes, salamanders and turtle!)|
|8:30pm||Campfire on own|
|7:30am||Breakfast at TFT Dining Hall|
|8:30am||Survival Skills (basic first aid, survival needs, survival kit, survival scenarious, water treatment, fire building, shelter building)|
|11:30am||Workshop wrap-up/Thank you to sponsors|
|9:00am||Welcome/Overview of day|
|9:15am||Ice Breaker Activities|
|9:45am||Endangered Species (WI species, how and why they become endagered, levels of protection)|
|11:00am||Camo Critters (Animal adaptations, types of camouflage)|
|12:00pm||Lunch on own|
|12:45pm||Skulls, Skins, and Bones (Vertebrate biology, types of teeth, antlers vs horns, predator vs prey skulls, types of coverings, camo review)|
|2:00pm||Animal Tracks intro/Plaster Casts (Common animals of the Northwoods, track patterns, print identification, cast of real tracks outside)|
|3:00pm||Make a bird feeder (Common birds of the Northwoods, types of birds, types of bird houses and feeders, make your own)|
|4:00pm||Wrap-up of day/Thank yous to sponsors|