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 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 23 - Jun 02, 2018

Birding by Ear Registration Open - Indoor Session Part 1 of a 2-part series

Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired | Pheasant Branch Conservancy | Madison, WI 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
BIRDING BY EAR: LEARNING TO IDENTIFY BIRDS WITHOUT SIGHT. Just as unique as their coloration and shape, bird songs come in all tunes and pitches. Identifying birds by their song is an exciting activity and skill, and any experienced bird watcher will tell you that most birding is done without actually seeing the bird, but by hearing it. Particularly geared toward individuals who experience vision loss or impairment, this class teaches the techniques and songs for identifying birds by close listening. The first day will involve classroom-based learning, exploring the various songs of common bird species for June in Pheasant Branch Conservancy. The second day will take place at Pheasant Branch Conservancy, where a wide, flat, gravel/boardwalk path will take us through wooded habitat to practice our new-found skills. The outdoor portion of the class will offer sighted assistants at a 2:1 ratio to help participants safely maneuver through the park. Participants are encouraged to bring your own friends or loved ones to serve as your sighted guide instead; please indicate that in the registration form. Service animals are welcome, but please note that leashed dogs are also allowed in the park. Co-organized with the Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired Dates, times and locations: Indoor portion: June 2, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at the conference room in the Wisconsin Council for the Blind and Visually Impaired (754 Williamson Street) Outdoor portion: June 16, 8:00-10:00 a.m., Pheasant Branch Conservancy, Marina Drive location* Registration fee: $20.00 per person | Taught by: Kerry Wilcox

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Apr 25, 2018

Beyond Backyard Birding - 2

UW Arboretum (Meet at the Visitor's Center),1207 Seminole Highway Madison, WI, 53711 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
This morning trip is especially for backyard birders looking to grow their skills! Come to have your bird questions answered and get help identifying all of those small streaky brown birds, and other early spring migrants. The walk will be on even trails at a leisurely pace so bring the whole family! We will have binoculars for loan. Note: This trip limited to 20 people - registration is required!. Please contact MAS office ( or 608-255-2473) to reserve your spot. Led by Kenny Younger

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Apr 26 - 28, 2018

Connect With Nature by Planting Trees at Mink River Preserve

Mink River Estuary Preserve
Join The Nature Conservancy, volunteers of the Climate Change Coalition of Door County and local high school students to celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day by planting more than 4,000 new tree and shrub seedlings native to Door County landscapes to restore a previously grazed field to forest at our Mink River Estuary Preserve.

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