Volunteering to assist with Habitat Restoration is a great way to spend time outdoors while helping the Cedar Lakes Conservation Foundation — especially if you don’t mind getting your hands dirty! It’s also a way to get to know the CLCF community and perhaps learn something about your local and native flora and fauna. In spring we remove clover and other invasive plants and in July our target is agrimony. Fall is a time to get together and enjoy the
The Klingler Fox Hill Prairie, planted in 1999, is part of the larger Fox Hill Nature Preserve property. You’re invited to join us as we work together to remove invasive species. Bring gloves and clippers if you have them. Some tools will be provided. A light snack and refreshments will be provided as well. Visit our volunteer page to sign up for this fun opportunity.
In December of 2014 we planted a 24-acre prairie on the newly-acquired Pick Property. It is now a prairie restoration showcase. In late spring, we gather volunteers to compete in our annual Garlic Mustard Pull-A-Thon,.