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Natural Resources Foundation Field Trip at Anglin Family Nature Preserve

August 23 @ 10:00 am 12:00 pm

Lake Ivanhoe, WI 53105 United States + Google Map

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Enjoy a history hike to view Geneva Lake Conservancy’s land acquisition: Anglin Family Nature Preserve, Lake Ivanhoe

Lake Ivanhoe was formed in the 1920s by three Chicagoan businessman who wanted a safe retreat for African Americans. The 120-acre Anglin Family Nature Preserve was recently established to honor this legacy. Hike to see a calcareous fens, tamarack swamp, and remnant oak savanna and hear the fascinating history of one of the first African American resort communities in the Midwest.

$18 for adults and $8 for children. This event is only available to members of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin. Become a member here. Register for the field trip here. (Trip #207 – waitlisted)

This event is part of Wisconsin Land Trust Days. Learn more at

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