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Summer program at Trees for Tomorrow offers Northwoods canoe trip

11:52 AM, Mar. 18, 2014
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Trees For Tomorrow is offering adults the opportunity to explore Wisconsin's Northwoods lake country by canoe this summer.

The private, nonprofit, natural resources specialty school in Eagle River has easy access to more than 1,300 lakes in the glaciated landscape of Vilas County.

"The area has much to offer water enthusiasts," said naturalist Troy Walters, coordinator of Trees For Tomorrow's weeklong Canoeing Wisconsin's Northwoods program. "We will take several day trips to paddle many of the area's pristine lakes and remote rivers, likely seeing bald eagles and loons along the ...

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