Chippewa Savannas

70623111_10157416136024360_8499841287824867328_n.jpgThe Chippewa Savannas Chapter is partially within the Driftless Area of western Wisconsin. The area contains dry hill prairies commonly found in the Driftless Area, but we also have savannas through the chapter's area.  River terrace prairies and savannas are found along our large rivers. We share our knowledge within our membership, and with others through outreach activities. The chapter covers Pepin, Dunn and Eau Claire Counties in Wisconsin. We invite you to join us! Learn more by visiting the About our chapter and Sites and Projects pages.

Work parties are a great way to get out in our local prairies, have fun and make new friends, not to mention do some actual work to protect and restore these special places. From time to time we also have events, classes, and educational activities that require volunteer help. To receive direct emails about upcoming work parties, send an email to [email protected] We promise to only use this list for volunteer opportunities, and will never use it for spam, fundraising, political stuff and we certainly will not sell your email address.

Chapter contact:  Caroljean Coventree, [email protected], 715-698-2609

Facebook:  Chapter page


Upcoming Events

 

March 20 at 6:30PM - Chippewa Savannas TPE Chapter Annual Meeting

Members welcome! To RSVP, please send an email to [email protected] with 1) your name, and 2) email address you want us to send the Zoom link to. 

AGENDA

  1. Introductions
  2. Treasurer's Report
  3. Dobbs Landing Update
  4. Seymour Update
  5. Election of Officers
  6. Presentation by TPE Executive Director Debra Behrens; Q&A to follow

 

Officer positions up for election in 2021:

  • Vice Chair: PENDING
  • Treasurer: PENDING
  • Communications Coordinator: Matt Wysocki
  • TPE Board Director for CSC: Caroljean Coventree

 

Join the CSC Volunteer List

Email: [email protected]

Consider joining the CSC chapter volunteer list. We will have numerous opportunities over the next 6-12 months, including seed collection, invasives control, making burn breaks at Dobbs Landing, and prescribed burns in the spring. We only use it for notice of local volunteer activities - no spam, no fundraising! To join, send an email to [email protected]

 

 

 


Having a good time is a fun collateral benefit to our protection of and education about area native prairies.

Join the discussion! Share your photos! Connect with other local Prairie Enthusiasts!

Link to our Facebook Group page.

Link to our Facebook Events page.