Our Outreach Department offers many activities for Forest County Potawatomi Community members. These range from weekly science and nature activities at the Tribe’s preschool to nature hikes, summer camp, and high school and college internships with the Land and Natural Resources Division.
In addition, Outreach staff are available for activities and presentations to the general public. Upon request, we can lead environmental science and nature activities for classes at the local public school districts. We also offer programs to area groups and clubs. Call (715) 478-4962 or email Celeste.Schuppler@fcpotawatomi-nsn.gov if you would like to set something up for your class or club.
Attention pre-K through 12th grade teachers!
If you work for the Crandon, Laona, or Wabeno school district, We want to work with you!
We can do science and nature themed activities in your class or school forest! And best of all, it’s FREE OF CHARGE.
Click here for a list of topics we can do. We’ll then adjust the specific activities to your needs and grade level.
We also offer themed kits containing hands-on learning materials you can borrow and use in your class for free.
Click here to see what’s available and reserve one today!
Beavers mainly live in their lodge during winter, leaving only to get limbs that are stuck into the mud beneath their lodge at the bottom of the lake or pond.
Head outside with your loved ones for this activity before the leaves get covered with snow! As you make them, describe the critter you’re making and what it’s doing.
1. Apples will be ripe. Try a fresh applesauce recipe. 2. Pearly everlasting blooms and is used by herbalists. 3. The autumn equinox will begin on Friday the 22nd.
June has the longest day of the year. All daylight lasting longer than 15 hours/day. Enjoy lots of daylight! Male bass will protect the eggs during spawning but once the fry hatch they must find cover. Otherwise, they may become a snack.
BE ON THE LOOKOUT: Migratory birds will be returning and passing through. Look them up in a bird book with your family. USE YOUR NOSE: Notice all the smells as spring arrives.