Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) is a non-profit,
educational program offering hands-on workshops to adult women. We encourage a
supportive environment conducive to learning, making friends, and having fun. No
experience is necessary and BOW is for women of all ages and fitness levels.
Wisconsin BOW program
International BOW program
Buena Vista Prairie Chicken Viewing
Reservations will be taken for observing prairie chickens on the Buena Vista
Marsh for the month of April beginning in November.
Environmental Education Resources LibraryA collection of K-12 environmental education curriculum resources for use by educators in Wisconsin.
The WEAL offers analytical, research, and educational services to the public such as testing homeowner’s water for a wide range of toxins including metals and pesticides.
Public trees in Wisconsin communities are a recognized and significant asset to citizens. The State of the Wisconsin Local Urban & Community Forests (U&CF) depicts the current situation with tree programs in Wisconsin. The reports portray trends since 1991 with the building of local U&CF capacity and outcomes over the past quarter-century.
Groundwater Model Project
The Groundwater Model Project (GWMP) is a nonprofit organization run 100% by the UW-Stevens Point American Water Resources student chapter. The first groundwater flow model was built at UW-Stevens Point in the early 1980s as a project. As interest and demand for the models grew it emerged into the business it is today. The purpose of the GWMP project is to:
Fund student research for the UW-Stevens Point Student Chapter of the American Water Resources Association
Provide valuable work experience for students in the College of Natural Resources
Further groundwater education around the world
The Wisconsin Center for Wildlife (WCW) engages students, landowners, professionals, and others in sustainable
wildlife management through research, education, and outreach.
The Fisheries Analysis Center provides three primary services to fisheries management agencies in the state of Wisconsin and beyond: Analysis of fish population dynamics and demographics as they relate to fisheries management and environmental variability; Development, implementation, and evaluation of methods for estimating the age and growth of fish; and Technical training (seminars and short courses) for fisheries professionals and students.
WIST is a multidisciplinary institute powered by the energy and expertise of faculty, staff, and students across the UW-Stevens Point campus.