Natural Resources Education Program

The Extension Institute of Natural Resources helps individuals, communities and the state coexist with Wisconsin’s rich water, mineral land and forestry resources. Extension’s Lake Superior National research reserve and Upham Woods Outdoor Learning Center are examples of research and programming that serve Wisconsinites living in a resource-rich state.

The Regional Natural Resources Education Program serve Dodge county with programming to protect our land and water resources. Learn more here.

Forestry Programming

Engaging private woodland owners to encourage sustainable forest management.

Natural Resources Educators and key partners are leading classes (Learn About Your Land and Your Land, Your Legacy) and other efforts to engage landowners in the sustainable management of Wisconsin’s privately-owned forests. NREs create content for landowners on a variety of topics in publication, video, and website formats. Learn more at Woodlandinfo.org or check out our YouTube channel.

Tony Johnson | Natural Resource Educator | Forestry Outreach Specialist; Southern Wisconsin

Phone: 920-929-1173
Located at the Extension Dodge County Office
Email: Anthony.Johnson@wisc.edu

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Caring for your Woodland

University of Wisconsin Division of Extension’s Caring for your Woodland website, will help you with current woodland topics, Learn About Your Land classes, webinars, publications and information that will help meet your woodland goals.


Natural Resources 

Katie Sturmer | Natural Resources Educator; Southeast Region

Phone: 920-509-3012
Located at the Extension Dodge County Office
Email: katie.sturmer@wisc.edu

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