Wrangell Institute For Science and Environment
WISE provides science and environmental education to all age groups, resources for
learning, and support for scientific research
WISE/BLM Hikes and Education Events most Thursdays all summer
Thursday, June 20th—Tonsina Bluff Hike 11am Kenny Lake School
Explore the Tonsina Bluff Interpretive Trail. Bring a sack lunch. Return by 1pm
Thursday, June 27th-Aspen Trail Hike 11am BLM Glennallen Field Office
Explore the Aspen Interpretive Trail, eat your sack lunch along the way, return by
Thursday, July 11th—Mud Volcano Hike 12:30 Tolsona Wilderness Campground
Meet at Tolsona Wilderness Campground, Mile 173 Glenn Highway. Minimum Age 7. Mud
required! Return by 3pm. Group size is limited, so sign up early.
July 16-17th— Aquatic Ecology Camp Silver Lake, McCarthy Road
Youth ages 10-16 will spend three days learning about ecosystems and careers in Aquatic
Ecology. Call WISE 822-3575 to register. $40 Fee, scholarships available.
Thursday, August 1st—Liberty Falls Hike 10am, Kenny Lake Mercantile
Hike up the Liberty Falls Trail. Group size is limited, so sign up early.
Thursday, August 8th—Tangle Lakes Blueberry Picking 9am BLM Office
A full day of berry picking. Dress warmly and bring containers. Return at 4:30pm.
June 26-28th, Project Healing Water at Tangle Lakes
July 12-14th Edible and Useful Wild Plants Workshop with Janice Schofield Kenny
Lake Community Hall
National Public Lands Day—this year’s project will be cleaning up Chitina Fishwheel
Early September—Changing Seasons program-at all school with 2nd and 3rd graders
October 6-12 World Wilderness Congress in Spain
WRANGELL INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT - COPPER CENTER, ALASKA
OFFICE: 907-822-3575 (CELL) 907-259-3575 OR 907-822-3282 Contact Us