Explore our magnificent state on a field trip with The Nature Conservancy. Trips are limited and registration is required. Details about each trip, including registration, are in the Events section below.
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Kangaroo Lake Preserve
April 30, 2016
Join Nature Conservancy staff, Climate Change Coalition of Door County volunteers, and Sturgeon Bay High School students as we plant 3,000 white cedar, red pine and white spruce trees at our Kangaroo Lake Preserve to celebrate Earth Day by connecting with nature! Vol... Learn more
Mink River Preserve
April 29, 2016
Join Nature Conservancy staff, Climate Change Coalition of Door County volunteers, and Gibraltar High School students as we plant 2,000 aspen, balsam fir, white spruce and other trees at our Mink River Preserve to celebrate Earth Day by connecting with nature! Volunt... Learn more
Tenderfoot Forest Reserve
August 28, 2016
Join outdoor writer and naturalist John Bates for a canoe/kayak trip to the Guido Rahr Sr. Tenderfoot Forest Reserve. We will paddle from Palmer Lake to Tenderfoot Lake and then take a hike at the preserve, which encompasses 500 acres of old-growth hemlock-hardwood ... Learn more
June 04, 2016
Enjoy the beauty of this Iowa County prairie, as we hike over the rolling terrain and see some of the wildflowers and grassland birds, including Bobolinks and Upland Sandpipers that thrive there, and learn about our work with partners to restore prairie. Nature Conse... Learn more
Lulu Lake Preserve
September 17, 2016
Located in the Mukwonago River watershed in southeast Wisconsin, Lulu Lake Preserve protects a wide variety of habitats including prairie, oak savanna, sedge meadow, fen, and bog. Our Southeastern Wisconsin Land Steward Jerry Ziegler will discuss the history of the p... Learn more
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for The Nature Conservancy. Currently there are no volunteer opportunities available. Please check back soon for upcoming events.