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No June, July or August Meetings

As usual, we are taking the summer off and not having regular chapter meetings in June, July or August. Here are some ideas to stay active …

Volunteer Training Opportunities – Land & Water Resources

The Dane County Land & Water Resources Department offers a variety of training for volunteers of county parks and other partner groups. A variety of trainings are available. June 13: WI First Detector Network – Invasive Species Workshop… Read More

Gordon Creek Workday Photos

SWTU Gordon Creek Workday, May 2017

Check out photos of our hearty Stream Team working to make a difference on a new DNR easement!

Watershed Field Day

Sugar River through Neperud property

Spend the morning with DNR staff exploring Erikson Creek in the Town of York, Green County. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Saturday, May 6, 2017 Workday

Sugar River through Neperud property

Now featuring a brats and beer picnic afterward!

Build Wader Washing Stations to Stem Spread of Invasives

River Alliance is co-hosting an Earth Day event along with Upper Sugar River Watershed Association and Southern Wisconsin Trout Unlimited. We need 30 volunteers – that means you! – to help contain the New Zealand mudsnail to the Upper Sugar River, in… Read More

Saturday, April 22, 2017 Workday – New Location

Sugar River through Neperud property

Our Saturday, April 22 workday, which was scheduled for Salmo Pond, has been moved to the Wolf Run Trail further downstream on Black Earth Creek.

Orvis is offering free fly fishing classes… want to help out?

If you’ve visited Orvis Madison on weekends in the spring and summer, you may already know that the store offers free fly fishing classes, introducing 150-200 people a year to having fun on the fly. What you might… Read More

Free Casting Clinic on April 29

Attend our free casting clinic on Saturday, April 29 in Cross Plains! It is available to anyone interested in learning how to cast a fly.

April 11, 2017 Meeting: Your all new SWTU

Come enjoy a guided tour of this new website, which will help us organize, communicate, and take action to conserve cold water resources easier than ever before.