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Spring 2018 Newsletter

Read the latest about the Preserve in the Spring 2018 Lakeshore Nature Preserve E-Newsletter. Our spring issue is dedicated to the donors and volunteers who give their time and resources to support the Preserve–the name …

ART+LAKE+GREEN+BIKE

Kick off summer with a campus open house of interactive programs on the UW-Madison’s East Campus Mall and along the Lakeshore Path during Wisconsin Bike Week. (All activities are free and drop-in except where indicated.) …

Spring Is Prescribed Fire Season

The spring prescribed fire season is getting underway at the UW–Madison Arboretum and Lakeshore Nature Preserve. Both manage many acres of remnant and restored prairies, oak savannas, and woodlands—native Wisconsin ecosystems that are fire dependent. …

Friends of the Preserve Annual Meeting

The Friends of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve invite you to their Annual Meeting to hear Robert Birmingham present, “Ancient Native Earthen Burial Mounds of the Four Lakes Region.”  Birmingham is the former Wisconsin State Archaeologist (1989-2004) …

Student Engagement Grant Opportunities

The Lakeshore Nature Preserve Committee is pleased to announce a small grant opportunity for undergraduates or faculty and staff working with undergraduates to facilitate the use of the Preserve for educational purposes. There is a $1000 maximum …