The Kenauk Institute offers educational programs for elementary schools and high schools, as well as undergraduate and graduate University classes with lessons and activities focused on every groups needs. From the length of your stay to the number and age of the students, every aspect of your educational program can be tailored. Potential lessons and activities include: hiking, canoeing/kayaking, wilderness survival, biology, ecology, sustainability, team building, tours of our fish hatchery, local flora and fauna, sustainable forestry, eco-tourism, conservation management, ecosystem services, and the opportunity to experience scientific research with real hands on data collection. Students will come away engaged in the environment as active eco-citizens, with new practical skills and abilities such as autonomy and responsibility while developing self-esteem, resilience, leadership and perseverance. This is an opportunity for students to get out of the classroom and into the outdoors. By combining environmental learning with time outside and play we hope to fuel a curiosity and passion for the environment while giving students valuable knowledge and skills.