Meet Your Local Environmental Professionals

10/01/22  By: Kailey Kreienbrink When people hear that I am a college student, the first question they ask is, “What are you studying?”. Sharing that I am studying Environmental Studies gets me lots of love. The most common response is that it is so important what I am studying and how there are going to be so many job openings for me in the future. As the climate is changing we are...

WREN Program Coordinator Position Announcement

WREN's Program Coordinator, Ellen Thompson is leaving WREN to pursue exciting new opportunities! While we are sad to see her leave WREN, we are excited to welcome a new member to the WREN team. This Part-time position is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to get their start in environmental education and help build WREN's future. Click the link below for the full position description...

National Public Lands Day: Giving Back Together

08/30/2022 By: Kailey Kreienbrink September 24th is National Public Lands Day. That statement might leave you with a few questions, such as, what are public lands? What is National Public Lands Day? What does one do for National Public Lands Day? Read on to have all of these questions answered! Public lands are lands owned by the federal government. A portion of the taxes that you pay go to the...

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

WREN is carefully tracking public health and safety recommendations and requirements issued by local, state, and Federal agencies regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and safety our program participants, volunteers, and staff is our top priority during this challenging time.We will continue to follow guidance from public health authorities as the situation evolves, and keep you informed...