Support the Telemark Forest Preserve!
Join Us for a Hog Roast on October 23, 2021
Landmark Conservancy staff and supporters welcome the community to join us for a hog roast on October 23 at the Cable Recreation Park pavilion to learn about our land purchase that will become the Telemark Forest Preserve.
Your support of Landmark’s acquisition of this property helps us protect the land forever and make it available for low-impact public use. Activities may include development of quiet trails, improvement of wildlife habitat, sustainable forest management, and removal of invasive plants. Preserving the land in its natural, forested state provides multiple benefits as our climate changes. It will protect the Namekagon Watershed and also the St. Croix River, a national treasure. Together, the Namekagon and the St. Croix were among the first rivers to receive the National Wild and Scenic River designation.
- Intact forest within the Telemark Forest Preserve protects groundwater resources that in turn preserves coldwater fish habitat.
- Large, contiguous blocks of forestland provide wildlife migration corridors.
- Residents and visitors will have access to backcountry hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, birdwatching and wildlife viewing, and potential hunting opportunities.
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Landmark Conservancy is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.