Superior 6th Graders Learn About the Wilderness in Unique Way

Wilderness Inquiry Makes Learning Fun for Elementary School Students

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Wilderness Inquiry partnered with the Superior National Forest and several other organizations to educate 6th graders from Superior about the watershed’s ecosystem, health, and history.

The children got a chance to canoe in the St. Louis River.

They also went through 6 different outdoor learning stations.

“We have everything from voyager history, to the life cycle of a sturgeon, doing a bird migration station, fish dissection, learning the importance of aquatic invasives and how to prevent that, and they also get a really cool opportunity to experience wild ricing as well,” said Adreon Morgan, an Outdoor Educator for Wilderness Inquiry.

The Canoemobile is a program by Wilderness Inquiry in partnership with many federal, state, and local partners that care about promoting healthy lifestyles for today’s youth.  

Categories: Community-imported, Education-imported, Environment-imported