You can help.

Your gifts of time and money help to protect water, land, and wildlife habitat in our area’s watersheds. Gift memberships also available.


Enhancing Forest Diversity for Wildlife Habitat


Saturday, May 13

One of our most abundant, precious and poorly understood resources in the Driftless Area is our forests. This workshop is designed to help you learn more about the mysteries and complexities of our woodlands. Come hear from experts about; forest birds and what they depend on as they migrate to us each year; oak regeneration and the obstacles oaks face in spreading out to the sun for a long life; and landowner management strategies like prescribed burning that will help forest diversity. We will visit sites where a recent burn was done and a field where 47 bushels of acorns were broadcast in the Fall of 2015.
Instructors: Maggie Jones & David Linton, landowners/conservationists; Mike Mossman, retired DNR forest ecologist; Lisa Hartman, retired DNR biologist.

Location: 41425 Spring Valley Lane, Blue River, WI (Crawford County)

Directions: This property is off of Cty S between Hwy 61 and Cty F. A map will be provided to each participant upon registration.

23 in stock

Product Description