Volunteer For the Wild at Angel Bluff
Thursday, January 17
Tuesday, January 22
Tuesday February 12
9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on each of the dates listed above at Angel Bluff.
Join our land restoration team for a volunteer day to improve wildlife habitat at Angel Bluff this winter! Volunteer days are a fun way to help restore the land for wildlife, help improve water quality, and improve public access on Conservancy nature preserves.
Winter is a great time to cut and clear brush in preparation for prescribed burns in Spring. There are no bugs, it's not hot, and the results of these projects are wonderful for our native wildlife species. There's often a fragrant fire of cedar to warm volunteers on winter activity days, too!
Safety equipment and tools are provided.
Dress in layers to keep warm and plan to bring a lunch or snack along with plenty of water to drink. NOTE: Climbing Angel Bluff's steep terrain requires rugged winter boots.
Please RSVP by calling Levi Plath at 608-784-3606 ext. 5 so we can be sure to bring enough equipment for everyone!
To learn more about volunteer, internship, and employment opportunities with the Conservancy, click here.
From La Crosse follow US-14/61 north through La Crescent and continue north until you reach Winona, MN. From US 14/61 in Winona turn right onto Huff St. for 1 mile then turn right onto W 5th St then left at the first cross street onto Winona St. Continue onto MN-43 N entering Wisconsin and continue onto WI-54 Trunk E and turn left onto WI-35 N and continue 1 mile until you turn right onto Burt Lane and you have arrived.