Arbor Day Walk About: Getting to Know Your Local Trees
Ever wonder if a tree in your yard is a hard maple or a white oak? Does it matter? Yes, it matters to your local...
History Sandwiched In:
Learn how a husband and wife team saved the greater prairie chicken from extinction with Susan Tupper, author of the Badger Biography "Fran and Frederick...
Day Camp: Junior Archaeologists
Uncover Wisconsin’s ancient history! We will see artifacts thousands of years old and make some artifacts of our own. Explore how archaeologists discover the past...
History of Limnology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
This image collection presents three generations of limnological research in Wisconsin. The collection mainly focuses on the important pioneers of limnology (Dr. Edward A. Birge,...
The Aldo Leopold Archives
Aldo Leopold is considered by many to have been the most influential conservation thinker of the 20th Century. Leopold's legacy spans the disciplines of forestry,...
This online video collection, organized by Wisconsin Public Television, includes instructional videos from the University of Wisconsin and community events. Lectures cover a range of...
Arrowheads, Rocks and Dinosaurs (for students entering grades 4-6)
What’s the difference between a geologist, archaeologist and paleontologist? You’ll find out by taking this introduction to the sciences. Check out real artifacts and fossils...
Dates: Jul 17
Public Archaeology Field Schools (3 and 5 day experiences)
This multi-day field and lab experience is a well-rounded opportunity for those who want to learn about the process of archaeology. Work alongside professional archaeologists...
Dates: Jul 17 to Jul 21
Introduction to Archaeology (for students entering grades 5-9)
Explore MVAC’s Archaeology Lab and work with artifacts recovered from area excavations as an introduction to the science of archaeology. Discover how the first Native...
Dates: Jul 18