Serving Marquette Co., Michigan with Nature Programs, Exhibits & Outdoor Activities
Upcoming Activities

Hours:
Saturday-Sunday, Noon–4 pm
and by special request

Unless noted, programs are free to members and meet at our center at Presque Isle Park.

Members receive discounts for birthday parties and summer day camp.

MooseWood Nature Center is an independent, non-profit organization supported by memberships, donations and grants.

Memberships: Show your support for nature and environmental education & receive our quarterly newsletter by becoming a member.

Most programs are suitable for all ages -- children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

Outdoor programs are subject to cancellation for inclement weather.

Download our Spring Newsletter:
Spring 2014 MooseWood News
(800k PDF requires Adobe Reader)

For the latest information on MooseWood, join our email news list by sending a message to newslist-subscribe@moosewood.org

MooseWood provides programs for schools and groups. Contact us to receive a newsletter and program guide.
Mission: To celebrate nature through education and action
in the Upper Peninsula.
Last Modified: 4/10/14

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Unless noted, all programs are free to members and meet at (or carpool from) our center at Presque Isle Park. Donations from participants are always appreciated.
For more information on programs, call 228-6250.

MooseWood 2014 Annual Meeting
Featuring “The Life of a Wolf Pack”

Friday, April 11 at 6 pm

MooseWood Nature Center's 2014 Annual Meeting will be held at the nature Center at Presque Isle on Friday, April 11, starting at 6 pm with a business meeting. Following the short meeting a 2-projector program on the life of a wolf pack will be presented. The program will follow the life of a group of wolves through an entire year exploring their very social lives, raising their pups, finding food and maintaining a territory. The program will also look at the lives of wolves on Isle Royale and their relationship with the moose and beaver on the island, the reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone National Park and the recent history of wolves in the Upper Peninsula. The program will also highlight recent research analyzing the effects of wolves on their physical environment - the way the landscape changes in their presence. This program was presented in both Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks during the natural reintroduction of wolves in Glacier and prior to the planning stages for the reintroduction program in Yellowstone.

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IMMERSE: Journeys into Science at MooseWood
Through June

A new program at MooseWood is aimed at learning science through immersion in cool topics. Each month through June 2014 IMMERSE offers a 3-day seminar for kids 8 and older. For more information email immerse@superiorsustainability.org. Download registration form and participant information form. Contact immerse@superiorsustainability.org for more information.

IMMERSE Topics:
Earth Day – Celebrate Sustainability, April 10, 11, 12
Swamped! – Wetland Ecosystems, May 15, 16, 17
Bullseye! – Orienteering & Archery, June 12, 13, 14
Taking the Lead – 3 overnights for teens only, Summer 2014

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Program Survey

Please take a moment to answer eight questions to help MooseWood get a better idea of the kinds of programs you'd like us to present. Thank you. MooseWood Program Survey at Survey Monkey

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Steve Todey, explorer, photographer and producer, made a video introduction to MooseWood Nature Center. View it, along with other videos about Marquette, at Steve's ExploringYourPlanet.com website.

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Call for New Board Members!

If you would like to take an active role in shaping the future of MooseWood, join us as a Board Member. The organization is looking for volunteer Board Members that are engaged and excited about the Nature Center and believe in its mission.

Ideal candidates bring strengths in one or more of the following areas:

  • Fund-raising
  • Community Outreach
  • Building the Membership Base
  • Program Planning
  • Advocacy

Download a simple application and submit to:
Board of Directors, MNC, P.O. Box 773, Marquette, MI
or send a letter of interest to info@moosewood.org.

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Recycling:
Cookie Wrapper & Drink Pouch Brigade

Bring cookie wrappers & drink pouches to MooseWood for recycling. We've joined with TerraCycle in their Cookie Wrapper and Drink Pouch Brigades in cooperation with Nabisco, Capri Sun, and Honest Kids. Click here for complete information.

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Support MooseWood's live animal exhibits -- Adopt-a-Critter

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Unless noted, programs meet at MooseWood. For info or registration call 228-6250.

For the latest information on MooseWood activities,
join our email news list by sending a message to
newslist-subscribe@moosewood.org
Location: Shiras Pool Building at Presque Isle Park, Marquette
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 773, Marquette, MI 49855
Email: info@moosewood.org Phone: (906) 228-6250

Hours:
Saturday–Sunday, Noon–4 pm

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