Have you noticed a change in the season? And I don’t mean the transition from spring to summer or summer to fall, I am talking about wetter summers, warmer winters, and earlier crop seasons.
We are beginning see the impact climate change is having right here, right now in the
Amy Alstad recently joined the team at Driftless Area Land Conservancy and she is looking forward to partnering with the landowners of Southwest Wisconsin to protect the places special to them.
“I’m very excited to welcome Amy as the Conservancy’s new Land Conservation Associate” said David Clutter, DALC Executive Director.
We are thrilled to announce that Driftless has received Gathering Waters’ Land Trust of the Year award.
Thank you for making this good work possible and helping protect our unique Driftless lands, wildlife and waters. – we couldn’t do it without you.
This annual award recognizes the outstanding accomplishments of
The Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program, which funds conservation projects throughout our state, is at risk.
Assembly Bill 338 proposes to cut 78% from the Knowles-Nelson grants to counties for land acquisition and 43% from the Knowles-Nelson grants to non-profit conservation organizations, such as Driftless Area Land Conservancy, for land or easement
Fawning season is approaching, and researchers will rely on plenty of volunteer help to collar newborn fawns. Most fawns are born between the last week of May and the first week of June, and we will depend on the contribution of volunteers to reach our goal of 100 fawns collared.
“There was great testimony last night and Resolution 577 passed the Dane County Board with just one abstention.” Said District 28 Supervisor, Nikki Jones.
The approved resolution requests a “cost/benefit analysis” of all electrical needs options in comparison to building new, huge, expensive high capacity transmission lines. Over 120
Meet Nan Fey, a Conservationist for the Next Generation
Driving along picturesque County Road ZZ, a half mile or so north of Governor Dodge State Park in Dodgeville Wisconsin, one can find themselves awestruck as they take in the outstanding scenic views.
This is the Driftless. You can find here,
Strong Commitment to Public Trust and Conservation Excellence
Dodgeville, Wisconsin (February 22, 2017) – At a time of political change, one thing is clear: Americans overwhelmingly support saving the open spaces they love. Since 2001 Driftless Area Land Conservancy (“Driftless”), one of 1,363 land trusts across the United States, has
Walking through a snowy prairie on New Year’s Day of 1993 Nancy Thomas and Mike Samuel knew they found someplace special. As New Year’s Day of 2017 recently past, Nancy and Mike have protected their incredible 56 acres in Perry Township of Dane County with the Driftless Area Land Conservancy.
On behalf of the Driftless Area Land Conservancy and their members, the Environmental Law and Policy Center has submitted comments to inform the Rural Utilities Service’s (“RUS”) scoping process for the Environmental Impact Statement (“EIS”) on its decision whether to finance the proposed large Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line and tall