The Empire-Sauk Chapter is active in a varied landscape with prairies and savannas in the Driftless area, and across the terminal moraine with prairies on glacial till and on drumlins. We are involved with many aspects of prairie conservation, protecting and restoring prairies and savannas, offering naturalist led field trips and supporting citizen science and research. We welcome volunteers in all aspects of our activities.
Learn more by visiting About our chapter and Sites and projects (this page includes a map of sites) web pages.
The Empire-Sauk chapter covers Columbia, Dane, Sauk, and eastern Iowa Counties in Wisconsin.
Chapter contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: Chapter page
Our winter work party schedule*
is now posted (click here
). Working on prairies and savannas is a great way to get outdoors and stay active over the winter!
*As events are weather dependent, please check with the leader to confirm that a work party will be taking place.
A map of Empire Sauk Chapter managed sites is available
Thanks to the work of Joshua Mayer and Scott Fulton, a pdf map
of chapter managed sites is available. You can also use a Google Map
to interactively view sites and get directions.