|RIVER EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Do you want to enhance your groups canoe outing? The best way is to learn about those creatures that rely on the water you play in!
We have created a fun 1hr pre-trip program called "A River Run Through It", designed to teach about the river ecology, environmental and man-made historical impacts. In this program our guides will show how to collect, identify, and teach you about the creatures natural history. This 1hr program ends with a release of the creatures. It is a great pre-activity for a canoe outing.
Programs include id charts, books, nets, containers and fun educated staff.
Fee: per person is $3.50 with a 35 person limit!Take a trip with our guide in a 8-12 passenger clipper canoe on the Wisconsin River and learn the history of the fur trading era. A guide is required for this outing and we offer two prices with a bag lunch and a character guide or a light snack and non-character guide.
Ask about these and other programs offered weekly at the Iverson Nature Center. River Tubeing is also offered for groups up to 35 persons!
Programs are offered Tuesdays and Thursdays for K-5th grade ages from 10 a.m. -11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. -2:30 p.m. at the Iverson Nature Center.
Choose from "A Bugs Life II" - the real story, A habitat is a home, Happy Herpen- reptile and amphibian program, Gateway to the Pineries- tree id and historical uses, Fishy-tails a catch and release program of native fish, Night hike program and campfire sing-a-long and other fun programs. Ask about our Birthday's-n- Nature Program for the kid who loves animals and nature.
Call 715-254-0247 to set up reservations.