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The Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance supports conservation activities involving the Badger Army Ammunition Plant lands and the surrounding Sauk Prairie landscape through education, research, ecological restoration, and community participation.
The Badger Army Ammunition Plant, decommissioned by the U.S. Army in 1997, rests anomalously on the Sauk Prairie landscape in the rolling countryside of southern Wisconsin; in a transfer of ownership, this 7,354 acre industrial facility will be restored to its native prairie landscape. The Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance was incorporated in 2002 to advocate for and involve local communities in restoration activities at Badger. The Alliance strives to foster environmental stewardship in these communities by involving local folks in active service learning experiences that include restoration, history, heritage, and life of the land; we are not only restoring prairies and savannas at Badger, but we are also building relationships and awareness throughout southern Wisconsin through our youth Education Through Restoration program and our Community Volunteer Restoration program.
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