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The Ice Age Trail Alliance completed rerouting the Rib Lake section of the trail and celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
After a national search, Landmark Conservancy announced that Rick Remington will be the next Executive Director.
More than 10,000 students from 151 school districts participated in the Ice Age Trail Alliance’s “Think Outside” program.
The Telegraph Herald profiled the Driftless Area Land Conservancy and executive director Jennifer Filipiak in a feature article.
The land trust purchased 63.3 acres just north of Sturgeon Bay bordering the already protected Kellner Fen Natural Area.
Landmark Conservancy helped facilitate a land purchase in northern Wisconsin that adds a half-mile of shoreline within Brule River State Forest in Douglas County.
Katie Krouse will take over the role of Executive Director at The Ridges Sanctuary on June 1, 2023. Katie has been with The Ridges for nearly nine years, serving most recently as assistant director.
Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust shared their story about how being accredited has impacted their organization in an interview with the Land Trust Accreditation Commission.
The Driftless Area Land Conservancy (DALC) and the Southern Wisconsin Land Conservancy (SWLC) have partnered to protect 32 acres in Green County on a portion of the former Decatur Lake Golf Course.