Wisconsin Land Trusts

Coach and author, Kathy Oppegard, presents the Properties of Play at the 2018 Land Trust Conference in Onalaska, WI.

Guest blogger Kathy Oppegard is a coach and author who helps people in the environmental movement have more fun and get more done, while doing their important work in the world. She shares...

The following post was written by our wonderful member Natural Heritage Land Trust.

Good news that yesterday a family with Madison roots permanently protected 165 acres of their beloved...

The following post was written by our wonderful member Ice Age Trail Alliance.

Saturday, April 27, 2017

Cross Plains, Wisconsin – The Ice Age Trail Alliance won three of six...

The following article was published by Wisconsin State Farmer on May 25, 2017. 

MADISON - The President’s Elite are among Ducks Unlimited’s most prestigious volunteer chapters throughout...

The following article was written by Jennifer Fetterly at The Star on May 30, 2017. 

DANE CO, Wis. - Outdoor enthusiasts will get more play area in the Lodi Marsh with a 58-acre land...

The following article was published by WISC-TV on June 8, 2017. 

MADISON, Wis. - A Madison elementary school is taking steps to preserve a forest in the school’s backyard.

Lake View...

The following post was written by our wonderful member Ice Age Trail Alliance.

Keeping 15 miles of hard-to-access Ice Age Trail open and passable through rough, rocky terrain is no easy...

In April 2017, Gathering Waters surveyed member land trusts about their current priorities and activities, as well as what they see as needs and opportunities for the future. Representatives of 37...

Vernon County

JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, VERNON COUNTY, WIS. — “It’s like having your own little piece of a park, our own little sanctuary. We can hear the owls at night and the beat of horse’s hooves on the road. We...

As a young boy scout, Doug Jones learned that “you leave your spot better than you found it.” To this day he and his wife Sherryl adhere to this adage. In December 2014 Doug and Sherryl...

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