Land Trust Hosted Events

Dec 09, 2017

Invasive Shrub Removal Workday

4100 Highland Rd, Mequon, WI 53092, USA 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hosted by Ozaukee Washington Land Trust. Come and help in the removal of buckthorn and honeysuckle, both woody invasive species, that are holding back the potential of natives to grow. Sawyers are wanted.

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Dec 09, 2017

Linked to the Land Mathy Quarry Hike

La Crosse Bluffland - Mathy Tract, La Crosse, WI 10:00 AM
Join Mississippi Valley Conservancy as we tour this unique bluffland landscape of over 400 acres. This property has prairies, oak savannahs and rock outcroppings.  Enjoy breathtaking views of the Mississippi River as you hike and explore.  This hike is a 1.75 mile loop and is mostly flat with a couple of uphills. 

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Dec 09, 2017

Crane Congregations

The Leopold Center 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Hosted by the Aldo Leopold Foundation. Discover why Leopold found sandhill cranes so majestic – learn about their biology and history from renowned bird expert Dr. Stanley Temple, then see them up close in Leopold Country! Please register online.

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Jan 01, 2018

New Year’s Sunrise at Faville Grove

Buddy’s Place at Faville Grove Sanctuary 6:55 AM - 8:30 AM
Hosted by Madison Audubon. We will enjoy the pre-dawn light as we meander through the prairie, arriving at the marsh overlook by 7:25 a.m. to see the sun rise over the Faville Grove Marsh. We will spend the early morning exploring the winter marsh and surrounding uplands.

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Feb 20 - 22, 2018

Wisconsin Wetlands Association’s 23rd Annual Wetland Science Conference

Olympia Resort & Conference Center in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Wisconsin Wetlands Association invites you to participate in the 23rd Annual Wetland Science Conference, to be held February 20-22, 2018, at the Olympia Resort & Conference Center in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Join other scientists and professionals of the wetland and water community of Wisconsin and the upper Midwest to share your wetland research, restoration, management, or outreach program, learn new identification and assessment approaches and techniques, hear about approaches to incorporating wetlands into watershed & community planning, discuss the latest in wetland science, planning, and protection issues, and look ahead to the future of wetland science and practices in Wisconsin and the Midwest. The 2-day conference, which will draw more than 300 attendees, will include a keynote address, organized symposia, topical oral sessions, a poster session, working groups, a banquet, and field trips to area wetlands. This year’s conference will build on a two-decade long tradition of regional collaboration to protect and care for the region’s wetlands.

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