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Improve your sedge identification skills with Nathan Gingerich, John Larson, & Susan Lehnhardt at Briggs Wetland, where botanists have found 18 different species of sedges.
Join us for our second annual paddle tour of the Onalaska Canoe Trail on the north side of Brice Prairie.
View 100 acres of restored and reconstructed prairie, oakhickory savanna, sedge meadows and emergent wetlands surrounding and containing a glacial drumlin.
Join DALC and the Argyle Library to spend an afternoon learning about the amazing monarch butterfly.
This diverse 9-acre oak savanna still shows signs of past use as a pasture. Forty years of near annual fire has fostered a remarkable recovery of native prairie and savanna.
Dig into the back-to-basics skills that are fundamental to the Trails purpose and success.
Meet farm family Vern and Vicki Treinen on their 184-acre farm in Windsor, which has some of the best soil in the nation.
We’ll see the progress being made in bringing back to life degraded remnant prairies, gradually converting non-native cool-season grass to native prairie, renovating streams, wetlands and seeps, an
Celebrate July 4th at this beautiful private preserve that consists of remnant and restored wetlands, remnant bluff prairie, restored tall grass prairie, and dry hilly oak-hickory woodland.
Join us for the annual Fourth of July prairie hike and BBQ supper hosted by Linda & Nick Faessler. We’ll meet at 5 p.m.
Enjoy a night of stargazing under the dark skies of the Driftless Area with John Heasley, astronomy educator with Driftless Stargazing LLC.
Join a Ridges naturalist for an exploration out on the trails. Learn about the cultural and natural history of one of the most biologically diverse properties in the Midwest!
Baird Creek has four main ecosystems; prairie, forest, wetland, and creek. Kiddos will hike to each location and dig into the ecosystem’s how, what, and why.
Farm Technology Days, Food Tent
Join us for a summertime trip to this high-quality prairie remnant. A spectacular display of butterfly milkweed, leadplant and coreopsis should be at its peak on this summer evening.
Hikers will have an opportunity to see several ecologically significant features on the newly protected land that is home to populations of declining species including cerulean warblers, Acadian fl
Just as iconic as the Leopold Shack is the Leopold bench, a design utilized by the Leopold family during their weekends and holidays at the Shack.
Old school meets new in this focused bridge/boardwalk replacement and trail reroute.
Shea Prairie includes 102 acres of dry and dry-mesic remnant prairie, new prairie plantings, a cold-water trout stream, groundwater fed wetland restorations, fen seeps and ephemeral ponds.
We take tent camping to a new level with activities focused on enjoying nature, stewardship, land ethic, Native history and crafts, food consciousness, and outdoor skills.
Explore remnants of dry prairie, restorations of wetlands, and wet-to mesic-prairie at the 100-acre Shea Prairie.
Identify through pictures, games, and classroom instruction, critters that kiddos might see/and find while exploring the creek.
Second annual wild flower hike.
Join us on Sep 20, 2018 • Monona Terrace, Madison, WI • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
This event is all-hands-on-deck & a HUGE opportunity! Please join us and help reroute nearly 10 miles of re-imagined Ice Age Trail.