Public Programs

From our Dinner and a Speaker Series to a weekend yoga retreat, we offer a lot of program offerings for you to enjoy during the fall, winter, and spring. Stay tuned for our upcoming program schedule!

 Have questions?

​Call Treehaven at 715.453.4106 for registration or program details.

​January 2020 Programs

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January 4, 2020 - 10 a.m. 
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Start the New Year off on the right foot with a New Year’s ski! Treehaven instructors will take you out and teach you the basics of starting, stopping, turning, and gliding across the snow on cross-country skis. After learning the basics you will get to explore our groomed trails and see the beauty of winter in the Northwoods. Warm-up before you head home with a fire and some hot chocolate! 

Fee: $5 with your own skis or $10 to rent skis. Ages 12+. Register by December 27, 2019. Limited to 30 participants.

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Bobcats in the Northwoods
January 7, 2020 - Dinner 6 p.m., Speaker 7 p.m. 
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Wisconsin’s woodland habitats support an estimated 5,000 bobcats statewide and yet there may not be a more mysterious carnivore in Wisconsin. Join us to discover the habits of these elusive native cats and learn about their success story as a comeback species in Wisconsin. Nathan Roberts is a furbearer research scientist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources who has an extensive research background working with bobcats in the Northwoods.


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Tapped Maple Syrup 101
January 30, 2020 - Dinner 6 p.m., Speaker 7 p.m. 
Learn the maple syrup process from forest to bottle and the unique approach Tapped Maple Syrup takes in producing and marketing their maple syrup. Jeremy Solin, who co-owns Tapped Maple Syrup with his wife Abi, has been making maple syrup his entire life on land that’s been in his family for five generations. Their business focuses on value-added maple syrup products and events. Samples will be provided!



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Experience shared learning with other wolf enthusiasts while tracking, studying in the classroom and field, and learning from professionals and members of the Timber Wolf Information Network (TWIN) in Treehaven’s Northwoods setting. Limited to 30 people. Register by January 4, 2020. 
      • Full Package - $130 (includes TWIN workshop, four meals, Saturday night dorm lodging; $165 w/private room). Friday night lodging available at additional cost.
  • Commuter Package - $75 (includes TWIN workshop, Saturday lunch and supper, and Sunday lunch)

February 2020 Programs

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Retreat Description: Yoga is a practice designed to bring more awareness to our whole
being, it is a path of self-realization. During our retreat Unite in community and practice
therapeutic yoga, meditation, and engage in dharma talks. Our talks will focus on how our
thoughts impact our health and happiness. We will utilize the laws of attraction and answer
one question to manifest our goals and dreams There will also be an opportunity for a group
snowshoe hike on Saturday afternoon. Gigi has a BS in Health Promotion & Wellness, is a
certified yoga therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapy, and has been
instructing yoga for more than 15 years.
  • $290.00 for a shared room (includes lodging for 2 people/room, meals, and yoga instruction), or $325.00 for a private room (includes lodging for 1 person/room, meals, and yoga instruction).
  • A limited number of commuter packages are available. Arrival time: Between 3-5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7. Departure time: After lunch on Sunday, Feb. 9.

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February 14-16, 2020 - Details and Registration

The 22nd annual Winter Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop in Wisconsin is bringing visitors from Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Florida, Texas, and Arizona! Join us for fun in the snow served up with our signature Wisconsin friendliness and hospitality.
Weekend Package: $399 Includes 2 nights on-site lodging at Treehaven and 7 meals. Participants choose four hands-on classes from more than 20 offerings including ice fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and more.



 
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Natural Connections of the Northwoods
February 18, 2020 - Dinner 6 p.m., Speaker 7 p.m. 
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Do you enjoy finding adventure and intrigue in strange places? Be transported into a magical world where nature is better than fiction with naturalist and author Emily Stone. Using science to tell stories, Emily wields magic that makes the whole world feel alive. Emily’s books, Natural Connections: Exploring Northwoods Nature through Science and Your Senses, and Natural Connection 2: Dreaming of an Elfin Skimmer, will be available for sale and signing after the talk.


March 2020 Programs

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March 7, 2020 - 7 p.m. 
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Celebrate daylight savings time on a family-friendly luminary full moon snowshoe hike through the woods of Treehaven! We will take a one-mile snowshoe hike alongside the candlelit trails of Treehaven and warm up with a fire, hot cocoa, and homemade treats. Bring your own snowshoes or rent them from Treehaven.

Fee: $5 with your own snowshoes or $10 to rent snowshoes. Ages 10+. Register by March 2, 2020. Limited to 40 participants.








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Wind, Water, and Fire in the Boundary Waters
March 10, 2020 - Dinner 6 p.m., Speaker 7 p.m
 

The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) is over one million acres in size and is one of the most visited Wilderness Areas in the United States. Discover the history of fire and its impacts on the BWCAW with our Treehaven Resident Ecologist, Elias Anoszko. Elias will also explore what these events can tell us about the future of the BWCAW.

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Walleye of Wisconsin
March 26, 2020 - Dinner 6 p.m., Speaker 7 p.m
 

Curious to know what’s new with Wisconsin’s Walleye populations? Join us for a night of fish stories and science with Dan Isermann, the Unit Leader of the Wisconsin Cooperative Fishery Research Unit and Professor of Fisheries at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Dan will highlight his research on the movement patterns and habitats of Wisconsin’s Walleyes including those found in the Northwoods.



April 2020 Programs

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The Future of Solar Energy
April 7, 2020 - Dinner 6 p.m., Speaker 7 p.m

 

Over 6 Gigawatts of Solar is set to be installed in the United States in 2020. North Wind Solar will lead an informative and open conversation for you to learn whether now is the time for you to take part in this renewable energy revolution. The team will discuss the basics of a photo-voltaic electric solar system and share what the project costs, benefits and incentives are for going solar in your home or business.


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