We know how deeply you care about your land. That’s why we’ve developed the Lost Forest program in partnership with the University of Minnesota Extension Master Woodland Owner Program and tailored it especially for owners of property within 3 miles of Lake Superior along the North Shore. We call this our Lost Forest program.
This comprehensive education program teaches you the ins and outs of caring for your woods, tree planting to fit your schedule and budget, estate planning, and more. It takes years to grow a healthy forest. We can teach you how to cultivate, care for, and plan for the future of your woodland when you register for our Lost Forest program.
This program includes four woodland field tours (extremely popular with past Lost Foresters) and online modules. The field tours will be held on August 5 in Two Harbors and 26 and on a September date to be determined. The online modules will start in September. The last field tour will be in April of 2018. Click on the link below for the full agenda.
The class is open to anyone; however, the cost of the program for persons with woodland property along the North Shore of Lake Superior has been reduced to $100 per family through a grant from the Lloyd K. Johnson Foundation. Registration is limited to 15 families.
Note: After you apply and are accepted, we will send you payment and additional information.