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Places Worth Knowing

Join us on one of our field trips or other events and get to know the places you have helped protect. Our outings are led by landowners, experts, or knowledgeable staff, offering you unique opportunities to enjoy and learn about our wonderful landscape while meeting others who share your commitment to conservation where you live.

December 2017

Supporter Appreciation Party
Details here

2018 Field Trip Series details coming soon...


January 2018

Patrick Marsh Bonfire and Snowshoe
Details coming soon...

February 2018

Lodi Marsh Snowshoe
Details coming soon...

April 2018

Annual Paddle - Avon Bottoms
Details coming soon...

May 2018

Annual Founder's Bird Walk
Details coming soon...

June 2018

Urban Farming Tour
Details coming soon...

July 2018

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Tour
Details coming soon...

August 2018

Star Gazing on the Drumlin
Details coming soon...

September 2018

Nature & Music History Hike -Sound Storm
Details coming soon...


Past Events:

2017 20th Anniversary Picnic -Town of Dunn -Pictures here

2016 Garden Party -Erdman's Farm -Pictures here

 

2017 Field Trip Series


Merrimac Preserve Snowshoe -
Pictures here

Patrick Marsh Snowshoe and Bonfire -Pictures here

Evening in a Wetland  -Pictures Here 

Annual Founder's Bird Walk & Gathering -Pictures Here

Paddle through the Town of Dunn -Pictures Here

Sustainable Living in 2017 -Pictures Here 

Beekeeping Basics -Pictures here

2017 Black Hawk Ridge Trail Run Photos here
2016 Black Hawk Ridge Trail Run Photos here
2015 Black Hawk Ridge Trail Run Photos here
2014 Black Hawk Ridge Trail Run Photos here
2013 Black Hawk Ridge Trail Run Photos here

Thank you to our 2017 Community Builder sponsors: 
First Business Bank, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP, and SVA Plumb Financial 

Interested in becoming a sponsor?  Contact Sara at sara@groundswellwisconsin.org or 608-467-1143

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