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Oak Restoration Workshop for Southern Wisconsin Landowners

Event Date
May 4, 2024
9:00 AM–2:00 PM
Three Waters Reserve, 3941 Golf Course Road , Brodhead, WI 53520
Got Oak? display over a photo of an oak tree.

Join NRCS and conservation partners to learn about oak restoration and the cost-share programs available to Wisconsin landowners.



Registration includes lunch and walking tour of the Three Waters Reserve.

This comprehensive workshop welcomes landowners from Dane County, and neighboring counties, who want to learn more about the financial and technical assistance available to support their oak savanna and woodland restoration projects. Participants will hear from ecological restoration experts, landowners sharing real stories about their restoration journeys, and conservation professionals who will explain some of the financial and technical assistance available to Wisconsin landowners.

The NRCS, American Bird Conservancy (ABC), and other key partners, are working together to improve oak ecosystem health in northeastern Illinois and southeastern Wisconsin. Through the NRCS Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP), conservation planning, and financial assistance is available to forest landowners located within high-priority areas of the Great Lakes region. 

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For more information and to register for this event, visit the Sand County Foundation's website or click the link in the registration box up above. 

Oak ecosystems are among the most highly productive ecosystems in the world but are rapidly declining and globally imperiled. Oaks are a keystone species, providing habitat structure and critical compositional features for 250+ species of birds, 500+ species of insects, and 500+ species of plants.

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