To make a prairie it takes a cover and one bee, one cover, and a bee, and revery. The revery alone will do, if bees are few.

Emily Dickinson

Restoration

Adapted from an article by Curt Meine.

By combining large-scale prairie and savanna restoration, with research and education, historical preservation, sustainable agriculture, and recreation, the Badger Reuse Plan seeks to integrate many components of land use in the same place at the same time. The goal is to honor the history of the site and enhance its inherent conservation values, while at the same time recognizing and acting upon this unique opportunity to create something entirely new!

Volunteer Restoration
Restoration Sites
Ecological Significance of the Badger Lands
Flora and Fauna
Invasive Species
Our Goals
Our mission statement and goals were developed as part of our strategic planning process in the spring of 2002, after incorporating as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Volunteer
Work parties are a great way to meet others who are interested in conservation, the Sauk Prairie, or the Badger Army Ammunition Plant. It also presents a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Wisconsin's native prairie and savanna communities!
History of the Badger Lands
The history of the Badger Plant and the greater Sauk Prairie is an amalgam of many histories, beginning billions of years ago with the formation of some of the oldest and most durable rocks on earth...
Badger Reuse Plan
The Sauk Prairie on the Badger lands presents the opportunity to provide endless opportunities for education, restoration, research, and low impact recreation.
Become a Member
We need your support to continue to work toward a community-based conservation future for Badger.
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