The following list of links and resources are educational, business and organizations that had partnered with the nature center to help provide improved educational offerings.
EEK! Environmental Education for Kids: This electronic magazine is for kids in grades 4-8. Surf around and learn more about the great outdoors.
Ranger Rick for Kids: Learn about animals, tracks, and games. Information for families, parents and educators as well.
Environmental Education (EE) in Wisconsin is a great resource that allows visitors opportunities to see all of the wonderful events and activities occurring around Wisconsin. This is a great tool for finding something fun to do with the family outdoors for a day.
The Cornell University offers a great resource for the begining birder or the birder looking for more information. This site offers information on many bird species, and all it takes is a click to discover more about the birds of the Navarino.
This website created by CWES introduces visitors to Wisconsin many attributes from phenology (what can be seen when) to geology to animal species. Just a click and see what Wisconsin outdoors has to offer.
Smokey Bear: learn about Smokey, Smokey Kids area with games and stories, Smokey' Journey and educational resources.
The Environmental Learning Network. A resource for educators and teachers for planning and finding nature centers within a region.
Water Action Volunteers / Watershed Education Resource Center: Water Action Volunteers (WAV) is a statewide program for Wisconsin citizens who want to learn about and improve the quality of Wisconsin’s streams and rivers. The program is coordinated through a partnership between the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin – Cooperative Extension.