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PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE DNR HAS SCHEDULED A TIMBER CUT BETWEEN EMMONS CREEK ROAD AND STRATTON LAKE ROAD BEGINNING AS EARLY AS FRIDAY, APRIL 15.  CHECK WITH LYLE EIDEN OF THE DNR FOR CURRENT  CONDTIONS. Lyle.Eiden@wisconsin.gov
The contractor will be working west of the parking lot on Stratton Lake Road (first week of May).  Once this is completed a temporary fence will be erected in the general area of the thinning for several months.  Goats are going to be temporarily pastured for the purpose of controlling the invasives that are thick in that area.  Please do not disturb the fence.

Newsletter Winter 2016

Hunting Season and Hiking on the Ice Age Trail

Hiking Maps/Trail Conditions

Map 1. Waupaca River, Hartman Creek, and Emmons Creek segment (pdf)

Map 2. Skunk and Foster Lakes and New Hope-Iola Ski Hill segments (pdf) (Trail from Hwy 10 to Greenlie Road has been closed by the landowner as of 12/13/15)

PORTAGE/WAUPACA COUNTY TRAIL CONDITIONS (as reported by maintenance volunteers)

BIKE TRAIL MAPS (8 1/2 X 14) (download page one-pdf) (download page two-pdf)

TRAILWIDE SUGGESTED HIKES

Volunteer

SIGN UP!: VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES IN PORTAGE COUNTY

Download VIP hours report form (pdf)

2016 Mobil Skills Work Calendar

"LEAVE A LEGACY--VOLUNTEERING ON THE TRAIL"--ICE AGE TRAIL ALLIANCE VIDEO (youtube)

Lupine photo by Ruth Sommers

 

Mission Statement

To preserve Wisconsin's cultural and glacial heritage for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations.

To create, support and protect a continuous 1,200 mile system of parks and footpath trails tracing unique Ice Age formations across Wisconsin. The Ice Age Park & Trail Foundation permanently protects the continuous band of varied glacial landscapes through the use of state and school owned land, private landowner segments, land purchases, and many other classifications of land ownership.

Today 600 miles of the Ice Age Trail are complete with only 600 miles to go! Through IAP&T Foundation, the Ice Age Trail is connection communities, and state, and local parks providing a living history of Wisconsin's past.

 

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