Volunteer for the Wild at Boscobel Bluffs State Natural Area
We're delighted to offer this staff-led volunteer activity at Boscobel Bluffs State Natural Area this fall. Cool days are great for outdoor activities! With this work party we'll focus on fencing maintenance and invasive species control. It's a great opportunity to learn about land stewardship and get to know this beautiful place you've helped to protect. We hope you'll be able to join us!
Packing list for a Conservancy field day: Weather-appropriate field clothes (long pants, long warm socks, and long sleeves) and BRIGHT COLORS for hunting season, sturdy close-toed footwear, plenty of food & water, layers for warmth and rain, bug protection (apply to socks & bottom of pants for tick protection), work gloves and safety glasses if you prefer your own, field backpack (optional).
Sign up by contacting to land manager Levi Plath at his email or call Levi and leave a message at (608) 784-3606 ex. 5. Be sure to include your name and contact information. Levi will get back to you a couple of days before the work party.
Tell us more
Tell us more about your volunteer interests by signing up on our Volunteer for the Wild web page. There are many ways to protect land, water, and wildlife both indoors and outdoors!
From La Crosse:
Follow US-14/61 south to Readstown. Turn right/south onto US-61 and follow for approx. 40 miles until you reach Elm St/US-61 in Boscobel. Go 2 blocks past the Dairy Queen in Boscobel and then turn left/east onto Mary street which becomes County Road MS. Destination parking on the left, 2 miles east of the intersection of Mary Street and US-61.