Many Wisconsinites are familiar with the state’s habitat-rich areas, such as the Horicon Marsh and Kettle Moraine. They’re key to biodiversity, which sustains life all around us.
But fewer people may have heard of the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. It’s about an hour southeast of La Crosse, and it contains trout streams and water coming down over rock ledges. It also has a deep Indigenous thread running through it.
Lynn Kronschnabel is at the wheel of the Kickapoo Valley Reserve’s blue work truck.
“We’re heading south, this is the southern end of the whole reserve, about a mile north of La Farge,” Kronschnabel says...
Ken Notes: I can not wait to spend some time here this summer.
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