Traveling to the Stevens Point Area? Masks are required.

Learn More

Self-Guided Interpretive Hikes -- Wake up Wetlands! You have work to do this Spring!

  • Details
  • Map
  • The Mead Wildlife Education Team is pleased to welcome families, teachers and homeschoolers to the new series of monthly self-guided interpretive trail walks for 2021. Families can get outdoors and enjoy the seasons throughout the year, while exploring three habitats and inter-relationships with wildlife on the Mead property through these interpretive lessons. Trail information handouts and tools needed will be available in the brochure rack where the hike begins at the Visitor Front Kiosk Parking Lot.

    Wake up Wetlands! You have work to do this Spring!

    Wetlands provide critical benefits to plants, animals, humans, and the environment. You will discover the importance of wetlands, unique qualities of wetlands, and species that call the wetland habitat their home. When you complete the trail, you will find an experiment you can do at home to see an important function of wetland plants.

    For more information, please call:

    Pam Resech (715) 315-9393

    Email: pamela.resech@wisconsin.gov or joan.voigt@wisconsin.gov

Self-Guided Interpretive Hikes -- Wake up Wetlands! You have work to do this Spring!