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Events for July 10, 2021
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The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest sprawls across more than 1.5 million acres of Wisconsin’s Northwoods and offers more than 800 miles of hiking trails – of which 49 miles are Ice Age National Scenic Trail. The forest, a backpacker’s paradise, features glacial lakes, rivers, wetlands, meadows, and pine savannas; habitats which are home to black bears, […]Find out more »
Trail improvement work day at the Gibraltar Rock Segment of the IAT. Specifically on the Steenbock Preserve.Find out more »
The Hike: Join us to hike a total of 3.7 miles (1.85 out and back) on the Ice Age Trail Kewaunee Segment between the lakefront and Bruemmer County park. The section runs along the Kewaunee River, through wetlands, and into wooded areas. This section of the Ice Age Trail is also the southern terminus of […]Find out more »
We now move into summer work – white clover and wild parsnip removal. The work involves pulling weeds by hand and using brush cutters. Come join us for the entire day, or a few hours.Find out more »