The education program at the Reserve elevates and strengthens the public connection to the Lake Superior watershed and its estuaries.
The education program at the Reserve elevates and strengthens the public connection to the Lake Superior watershed and its estuaries. Education programs utilize place-based and outdoor learning and effective environmental communication and media to support schools, educators, youth, and adults in learning about and experiencing Lake Superior. Combined with The Lake Superior Estuarium, an interpretive center open to the public, the education program ultimately provides a vital community resource by strengthening regional schools, encouraging collaboration between communities and supporting the local economy.
Reserve Education Programs
Rivers2Lake Education Program
Professional learning, mentoring, and support in outdoor and environmental education for PK-12 teachers and their students.
Interpretive center open to the public. Learn about the St. Louis River Estuary, Lake Superior, and the communities on their shores.
The Reserve regularly hosts community programs and events, such as the monthly River Talks series. Check our events calendar to join us!
Request Education Programs
To request a visit to the Lake Superior Estuarium or other learning opportunity, please fill out the Education Request Form. Filling out a form does not guarantee availability though the education team aims to accommodate requests with at least 2 weeks advance notice.