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Madison Audubon moves forward with a new name: Southern Wisconsin Bird Alliance.
The addition expands the old growth forest, previously designated as a State Natural Area because of its ecological importance, to 38 acres.
A successful trailbuilding season expands the Ice Age Trail to 698 miles of marked trail throughout the state.
Two recent conservation easements will permanently preserve properties along Spring Lake Creek.
A conservation agreement with fulfills the landowner’s vision of permanent protection.
The trail, which is stewarded by the Ice Age Trail Alliance, was folded into the parks system after a bipartisan effort by both Democratic and Republican representatives.
Waukesha County Land Conservancy’s annual Christmas tree harvest event is a win-win, providing holiday joy and restoring land to its original state.
Hikers headed to Milton will find a new boardwalk along the Storrs Lake Segment of the Ice Age Trail, constructed with the help of volunteers.
North Central Conservancy Trust surpassed 5,000 total acres of permanently protected land after signing a conservation easement to protect 240 acres.
The Ice Age Trail Alliance’s final trailbuilding project for 2023 brought a record number of volunteers.