INT has partnered with local experts to offer a selection of nature education workshops and experiences that will take place throughout the upcoming summer, fall, and winter. Workshop hosts have graciously donated their time to facilitate these events as a fundraiser for INT in our 40th anniversary year!
The cost to attend each workshop is $20. Registration is non-refundable but can be transferred to someone else if you cannot attend. The number of remaining spots is listed under each workshop description.
To register for a workshop please email Barb at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the INT office. Payment is required prior to the workshop.
Maple Syrup Production
Experience the whole process of producing maple syrup from tree to bottle with Jackie Waddell in her protected hardwoods stand in Green Bay. You will learn how to drill a hole in a sugar maple tree, collect sap, and boil off. Enjoy many taste tests and then take home a fresh bottle of maple syrup!
If there isn’t too much snow, it may be possible to travel to the woods by tractor and wagon. Participants should bring snowshoes in the event of a lot of snow next March and April.
Date: Saturday, March 21st, 2020
*Rain-date: Saturday, April 18th, 2:00PM
Meeting Location: 729 Eliot River Road, Green Bay
Things to note: Must be able to walk 2 kms on rough terrain, maximum 10 people
Things to bring: Snowshoes if there is a lot of snow & layer your clothing