Education is a top priority at Namebini. Read below to learn about the variety of different educational ventures that you can become involved in with us.
Environmental Education: Teacher and Educator Workshops:Providing both formal and non-formal educators with the tools and materials that they need to educate adults and youth about our natural resources and environment has always been a top priority for Carl Haensel and Jade Thomason. Carl has partnered with a variety of education organizations, including Hamline University’s Center for Global Environmental Education, the Jeffers Foundation, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. He enjoys instructing workshops that include Project WILD, WET, & Learning Tree and multiple other curriculum materials and guides. Look for upcoming workshop opportunities at the DNR Web Site.
Master Naturalist Training: The Minnesota Master Naturalist Program is a volunteer program that teaches adults about Minnesota’s natural resources and empowers them toeducate others and provides opportunities to do conservation projects. The University of Minnesota in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources offer Master Naturalist Training. Find out more about the Master Naturalist program and look for upcoming training opportunities that we’re involved with at the MN Master Naturalist Web Site.
Guided Flyfishing: Interested in taking your flyfishing to the next level? If you want to learn the finer points of fly casting, mending, and drifting, look no further. Explore the streams and rivers of Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin in search or brook, brown, and rainbow trout, as well as smallmouth bass, steelhead and more. If you’re interesting in learning the natural history of our trout streams from the bottom up, we enjoy instructing about local natural history, ecology, and geology. Check out our Guided Flyfishing Page for more information.