School Programs

Treehaven's environmental school programs are creative and unique. Our teaching staff includes a select group of professional naturalists and educators. Nestled in a glacial ridge overlooking  Pickerel Creek Valley and the Harrison Hills, we offer a 1400-acre outdoor classroom with wetland and forest habitats indigenous to the northern forest biome. 

We have a well-marked non-motorized hiking trail system, featuring 12 miles of trails. Indoor accommodations include six classrooms, an auditorium with a seating capacity of 80+, and a relaxing lounge area featuring a fireplace, pool table, and board games. 

Two lodging facilities comfortably house up to 80 students for overnight programs. We also offer food service on-site incorporating locally grown and sustainable meal options. Our dining room has large picture windows with beautiful views of the valley below.


Macroinvertebrates-at-Treehaven-for-web.jpgEach of our programs is designed to meet the particular interests and needs of your students. We can accommodate day or overnight programs. Program topics include water ecology, forestry, land management, geology, wetlands, bogs, wolf ecology, and recreational programs such as canoeing, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing. Lessons can include the following opportunities: 

  • Water Quality Assessment
  • Vegetative/Forest Cover Assessment
  • GPS/Map and Compass
  • Winter Survival Skills
  • Bird Identification
  • Tree Identification

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For more information, please contact the Treehaven Office Manager at 715-453-4106, ext. 2438, or email