Knowles Nelson Stewardship Fund is threatened under Governor Walker’s budget proposal

The Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program protects Wisconsin’s lands, waters, clean air, human health, working forests and the jobs they provide, tourism revenue, wildlife habitat and the trails, parks, lakes, rivers and forests where we walk, fish, hunt, ski and enjoy the outdoors.  The Mukwonago River Unit of the Southern Kettle Moraine Forest was purchased using these Read more about Knowles Nelson Stewardship Fund is threatened under Governor Walker’s budget proposal[…]

Hike the TNC Meyer Nature Preserve

Tomorrow, March 29. Hike the Meyer Nature Preserve 11:00am-1 p.m. (Jerry Ziegler, Nature Conservancy) Directions: The preserve is located at S104-W38319 Highway 67, about 2.5 miles southwest of Eagle. The entry drive is one mile southwest of the intersection of Highway 67 and Highway LO. A picturesque combination of woodlands, restored prairies and wetlands, this 652-acre preserve is a primary headwaters Read more about Hike the TNC Meyer Nature Preserve[…]

Watershed Awareness Weekend

Save the weekend October 12-13, 2013. Newsletter for Watershed Awareness Weekend Educational and informational seminars Saturday. $15 (Members $10) fee includes lunch. Become a member. Mail checks to P.O. Box 21, Eagle, WI  53119. Your check for fees is your R.S.V.P. due by October 2nd to ensure a lunch. Registration form in Newsletter. Please support Read more about Watershed Awareness Weekend[…]

Summer Mukwonago River Paddles

Friends have three scheduled paddles this summer on the Mukwonago River. These require your own canoes/kayaks and personal flotation devices for each person. Eagle Spring Pub has boats for rental, contact them directly 262-594-2337. Each person attending will be required to sign a liability release waiver. Remember adequate water and snacks for your party. RSVP Read more about Summer Mukwonago River Paddles[…]