Community Event Announcement: Landowners Meet to Talk Conservation

Community Event Announcement: Landowners Meet to Talk Conservation

Reducing wildfire risk, reducing ticks, improving hunting, timber stand improvement, controlling invasive shrubs, and attracting a wider variety of wildlife are just a few of the benefits of wise land management. Sharing labor, equipment and experience with neighbors makes managing your land easier and more affordable.

Find out how you can improve conservation on your property and meet others like you. Folks from around Sauk County will get together on Monday evening, May 13, 2024 from 7-8:30 PM to talk about what we want to do on our land and how we can work together to make it happen. 

This is about neighbor helping neighbor. It is not a government official telling us what we have to do. Nor is it a hunting guru selling the latest gimmick for harvesting that 14 point buck. It is us sharing what we know and want, and how to get there.

This first meeting will be at UW Baraboo campus on 1006 Connie Road, Baraboo, WI 53913. Look for signs directing you to Room A237 of the Umhoefer building. Take Pine Street (old Hwy 12) north from Hwy 33. Turn right on Berkley Blvd and travel east four blocks. Turn left onto Connie Road. UW Baraboo is 1/4 mile north on the right.