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The Fall newsletter is now on-line.
Please consider an end-of-year gift to ensure the perpetuation and recovery of the fire-dependent communities you care so much for. The recent significant decline of the Monarch is drawing national attention to the work that TPE is known for -- preserving, protecting, and managing the prairie and oak savanna habit on which so many of our pollinators depend. Your donation enables TPE to create new learning opportunities, connect with youth, and recruit new volunteers. Donate now!
SAVE THE DATE! The Prairie Enthusiasts Annual Conference and Banquet will be held in Madison, WI on Feb 20, 2016. Abstracts are now being accepted for the poster session (call for posters).
TPE has released a video describing why we are enthusiastic about prairies! In the documentary short (27 minutes long), TPE members share their perspectives on learning about, managing and protecting remnant prairies and oak savannas in the midwest.
Most of TPE's preserves are open for public hunting for some game species. Details on the properties and the restrictions can be found on the TPE hunting webpage.
Don't forget to start taking photos to enter in the 2016 TPE Annual Photo Contest. The photo above is one of the five finalists from 2014.
You are invited to submit events/news to the webmaster!