New Trail Signs Help Visitors Read the Landscape
Our new 2.5 mile trail network around the Leopold Center has been open to the public just a little over a year now, and has just gotten a major signage upgrade thanks to support from Aldo Leopold Foundation board member Bob Morrison and grants from the Sauk County UW-Extension Arts & Culture Committee, the Natural Resources Foundation's Besadny Grant Program, and the Greater Sauk County Community Foundation. The new interpretive signs help visitors learn more about the diverse landscapes of the "Sand Counties." Come out and hike, ski or snowshoe in the diverse landscape surrounding the Leopold Center, where you can explore oak savanna, wetlands and a high quality dry prairie remnant overlooking the Wisconsin River Valley. Trails are open year-round during visitation hours.
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