Volunteer For the Wild: Habitat Restoration at Boscobel Bluffs
Join us for an early winter land stewardship day in the beautiful Boscobel Bluffs nature preserve that's permanently protected for public use.
Volunteer days are a fun way to help restore wildlife habitat, help protect water quality, and improve public access on Conservancy nature preserves.
Safety equipment and tools are provided. Please dress in layers to keep warm* and plan to bring a lunch or snack along with plenty of water to drink.
*Cedar clearing volunteer days usually have a nice warm fire!
Please RSVP by calling 608-784-3606 ext. 5 so we can be sure to bring enough equipment for everyone!
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.