LISMA Partnership Projects
Woodland Dunes Control Project
With funding provided by a grant from the USDA Forest Service, Glacierland RC&D and Woodland Dunes Nature Center are treating 45 acres of the Woodland Dunes State Natural Area for buckthorn, honeysuckle, and Japanese barberry that have been covering the habitat and walkways and conducting an educational invasive species workshop for the public.
The Woodland Dunes Preserve contains a 387 acre state natural area that features richly bio diverse ridge and swale topography that is incredibly important for migratory birds. The Preserve is a designated Important Bird Area, a Wisconsin Wetland Gem and has 7 miles of recreational trails. To learn more about the preserve you can visit www.woodlanddunes.org