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Events for September 18, 2021
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When Ice Age Trail enthusiasts get behind an idea, great things happen – like an easement purchase along the Waterville Segment, known for its oak forest, wetlands, and prairie. This recently acquired strip of land, now permanently protected, gives us the green light to build a new half-mile section of tread and boardwalk parallel to […]Find out more »
Brush cutting, along the trail heading up from the lower trail and on the slope below the trail that overlooks Marsh Creek. If you have a higher clearance vehicle drive down to the creek from the main parking lot or park in the main parking lot of the Janesville School Outdoor Lab. Follow the Ice […]Find out more »
While weeding is mostly done, we shift to cutting invasive brush. The work involves pulling remaining weeds by hand and using brush cutters. Come join us for the entire day, or a few hours.Find out more »
Full moon hikes are always a lot of fun to do. Please join us for this 3-mile hike which will highlight the McKenzie Creek Segment of the Ice Age Trail and will end at McKenzie Lake. From 270th Avenue (CTH-O), the segment heads north, enters a northern hardwood forest and follows a logging road down […]Find out more »