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Introduction

The MooseWood education staff has developed 17 different nature education programs designed for groups. Our programs are designed to meet the standards and expectations of schools, groups and organizations by incorporating ecological concepts and science curriculum with practical exercises and cross-curricular activities to help participants better understand nature and the environment. In addition to schools and other organizations, these programs are also available to small groups, families, or individuals.

Location

MooseWood Nature Center is located at beautiful Presque Isle Park, in the city of Marquette. Natural resources at the park include bog, forest, and lakeshore habitats. At our facility, we offer a small gathering space with natural history displays as well as live animals exhibited in tanks arranged to represent their natural habitats. All programs are available at the center and most programs can be presented at your choice of location.

Program Cost

Fees for MooseWood Nature Center’s education programs directly support the center and the development of new and existing programs.

 

Scouting Groups*: Scouts can fulfill certain badge requirements at MooseWood Nature Center with the assistance (of) our teacher-naturalists. Cost is $5.00 per scout for not-yet member children, $4.00 per scout for member children, $75.00 total for troops with 15-25 children, $125.00 total for troops larger than 25 children, $150.00 total for troops larger than 50 children.
*For any off-site program outside of Marquette City, mileage will be charged at $0.485/mile and a small driving time fee will be added.

 

Scheduling:
If you would like to schedule a program or if you have questions, please contact the MooseWood education staff at (906) 228-6250 or email us at moosewoodnc@gmail.com. We look forward to working with you and sharing the wonders of nature!

About

MooseWood Nature Center is an independent, non-profit organization supported by memberships, donations and grants. Our mission is to celebrate nature through education and action in the Upper Peninsula.

Hours

Sat & Sun 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
or by appointment

Phone: (906) 228-6250