Pleasant Valley Conservancy Annual Labor Day Tour Dane County, WI
Pleasant Valley Conservancy State Natural Area is a 140-acre natural area in western Dane County, and is managed by the Savanna Oak Foundation. The property contains prairie remnants, wetlands, and extensive oak savannas and has been under intensive management for the past 20 years. Hiking will be partly across steep bluffs, and long pants and sturdy hiking shoes are recommended. At the end of the three-hour trip, light refreshments will be served at the small cabin on site. Co-sponsored by Madison Audubon Society.
Trip Leaders: Kathie and Tom Brock; call (608) 238-5050 (home; preferred) or 608-225-8239 (cell; on day of hike) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: From the west side of Madison, take US 14 to County F at the Village of Black Earth. Turn left (south) at the traffic light (Shoe Box Corner). Follow County F through and out of the village; continue for about 5 miles to Pleasant Valley Road (enters from left). Continue on Pleasant Valley Road to Fire Number 4609 and park on the right (south) side near the driveway. Note: If highway construction in Middleton persists, come via Airport Road or Mineral Point Rd.
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4609 Pleasant Valley Rd
Black Earth,, WI 53515
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