The Noboken School Forest is a 168 acre site located 12 miles north of Antigo on Hwy. J near Jack Lake. The school district registered the property as a school forest in 1931. Noboken School Forest has several different habitat types including a tamarack swamp, a small pond and a 27 acre lake, Noboken Lake. There has been renewed interest in utilizing this educational facility with district students participating in environmental education and recreational activities.

Directions to Noboken School Forest
Map of Noboken School Forest
Pre-visit Checklist
Post-visit Report

Noboken School Forest Curriculum Plan - This link is the entire school forest curriculum plan. The links below are the school forest curriculum plan broken into separate units.
Introduction
Unit 1: Tree Identification
Unit 2: Energy Transfer
Unit 3: Tree Measurement and Utilization
Unit 4: Adaptations
Unit 5: Soil
Unit 6: Mapping/Orienteering
Unit 7: Wildlife Identification
Unit 8: Succession/Phenology
Unit 9: Biodiversity
Unit 10: Water
Challenge Course

Noboken School Forest Education Plan