Land Trust Hosted Events

VOTE DAILY until May 31st! The Trail With the Most VOTES Wins $5,000

You can help the Ice Age Trail Alliance win $5,000. Vote for your favorite trail (Hint: Ice Age Trail Alliance) once a day at GearJunkie.com through May 31st. (Each time you vote, you enter a chance to win a trip or Merrell MQM Hiking shoes.)
A three-month campaign, sponsored by Merrell, and promoted by GearJunkie (a website), will donate $5,000 to nonprofit organizations who build and maintain iconic hiking trails in the United States. Trail enthusiasts, like YOU, can VOTE up to once-a-day for their favorite trail. The trail with the most votes "wins" $5,000. Voting continues through May 31st.

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Spread the Word About the Ice Age Trail as a Food Tent Volunteer

Farm Technology Days, Food Tent, 9885 Co. Hwy. H, Marshfield, WI 54449
Do you enjoy a fun, fast-paced environment, grilling brats, and talking about the Ice Age Trail? Then volunteering as a food tent volunteer during Farm Technology Days is just the event for you! We need 40 volunteers each day July 10, 11, and 12. Duties include grill-masters, food prep, cash register operators, ‘runners’, greeters, and general cleanup. There's a job for everyone! This year, Farm Technology Days is at 9885 Co. Hwy. H, Marshfield, Wisconsin. Sign up, donate a few hours, and share your Ice Age Trail story. Register on the Ice Age Trail website. Click the link below.

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Apr 20, 2018

GLC 2018 Spring Luncheon: A Species of Land Like No Other

Lake Geneva Country Club 11:30 AM
Hosted by Geneva Lake Conservancy. This year the spring luncheon will be the Lake Geneva Country Club. 11:30 am Gathering/ 12pm luncheon with presentation to follow. GLC's Spring Luncheon will feature Ed Collins, Director of Land Preservation & Natural Resources, McHenry County Conservation District. Mr. Collin's talk "A Species of Land Like No Other" will examine the differences between modern perceptions of Midwest savannas and historic accounts, a critical perspective for today's land management decisions.

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Apr 21, 2018

Milwaukee River Cleanup Day/Earth Day Cookout

Riverbend Conservancy, Kratzsch Conservancy, and Fellenz Woods. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
This Earth Day, OWLT has teamed up with Milwaukee Riverkeeper in effort to clean up trash along the Milwaukee River. On Saturday, April 21st, from 9 a.m. to noon, OWLT will host a Spring River Cleanup at three of our Milwaukee River preserves: Riverbend Conservancy, Kratzsch Conservancy, and Fellenz Woods. We will provide gloves, garbage bags and free t-shirts for all who attend. In addition to picking up trash, we may grab some invasive garlic mustard along the way. Rubber boots are recommended. Immediately following the river clean up, join us for a free lunch at Kratzsch Conservancy. We will grill burgers and brats to celebrate the awesome work done by all our great volunteers. We hope you can attend!

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Apr 21, 2018

Bluffland Hike for Earth Week

La Crosse Bluffland Beck Tract - Miller Bluff 10:00 AM
As a kick-off to Earth Week, Mississippi Valley Conservancy invites you to a guided hike of the Beck Tract of the La Crosse Blufflands on Saturday, April 21, 2018. The hike is part of the Conservancy’s “Linked to the Land” series of outdoor activities sponsored by Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse. Follow the link for more details!

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