CNR Field Techniques in Natural Resources (summer session)

University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point , College of Natural Resource (CNR) students are required to fulfill a summer field requirement.  There are two options available for completion of this requirement and attending Treehaven for six weeks is one option.  The six weeks is divided up into equal amounts of learning time for the seven courses offered which are:

Forestry 319 - Land Surveying, 1 credit
Forestry 320 - Field Experience in Forest Measurement, 1 credit
Natural Resources 405 - Plant Identification, 1 credit
Soils 359 - Soil Conservation and Watershed Inventory Techniques, 1 credit
Soils 360 - Field Experience in Soil Inventory Methods, 1 credit
Water 380 - Field Experience in Aquatic Ecosystem Evaluation, 1 credit
Wildlife 340 - Field Experience in Wildlife Management Techniques, 1 credit

All instruction will be field laboratory exercise, which are designed to acquaint students with many facets of natural resources field techniques.  Normally there will be a brief explanation of the day's activity in the morning followed by field experiences the remainder of the day. 

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General Information

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For all summer session questions, contact:

The College of Natural Resources Student Success Center, ​Bobbi Z. Kubish, College of Natural Resources Academic & Career Advising Center and Recruitment Coordinator

Office: TNR 122, College of Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Phone: 715.346.3831

Email: OR Tim Ginnett, Room 100F, Trainer Natural Resource Building, (715) 346-4191. Email: