Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance

Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance


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About Us

We promote conservation on the Badger Lands through education, prairie restoration, recreation and research.

The former Badger Army Ammunition Plant, located north of Prairie du Sac, has been decommissioned and transferred to four landowners: the Wisconsin DNR, the Ho-Chunk Nation, Dairy Forage Research Center, and the Bluffview Sanitation District. The DNR portion is open to the public for various recreation activities.

The property also features the Museum of Badger Army Ammunition and the Great Sauk State Trail, a popular bike path.


A pollinator-friendly planting on the Badger Lands
Ecological restoration work site
Volunteers tend the apple tree nursery on the Badger Lands
"We Are Sauk Prairie" lecture series


Restoration Volunteer - Second Saturdays or Third Wednesdays
Category: Volunteer
You can be part of the story of transformation at the former Badger Army Ammunition Plant!Please RSVP here to volunteer. The Alliance has been lovingly restoring a patch of remnant (original) prairie in the DNR-owned portion of Badger since 2005. We are also helping the DNR with two new restoration projects. Work includes cutting and piling brush, pulling weeds, and monitoring the progress of the more
Contact: Grace Vosen
Phone:(608) 370-2076

Rep/Contact Info

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Grace Vosen
Executive Director