The Wilderness Classroom has been connecting classrooms with expeditions around the globe since 2001. In this section you will find the latest content from our current learning adventures. Check back often because our explorers, scientists, educators, and adventurers are always sending new dispatches from the field for you and your students to discover.

Day 344: Exploring the Deep, Clear Lakes South of Lac La Croix

Amy and I have never taken the time to visit this area before, always rushing past on our way to or from the far north, following arteries of water that stretch from here to the Arctic Ocean. We have paddled and dogsledded the “voyageur highway” across Lac La Croix multiple times, typically traversing the area Read More

You win, Lake Sakakawea. July 30th- August 4th, 2016

July 30, 2016 New Town Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota Not a bad day in paradise. A light breeze out of the east not causing much trouble. The Saturday motorboat crowd, here for the fishing tournament, was stirring the water today. They aren’t so bad either. At least something to watch. The landscape is shifting too, as we paddle east. The Read More