Blue Mounds Area Project: Promoting Restoration and Stewardship of Native Habitats

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Our Mission

The Blue Mounds Area Project is a community-based organization that seeks to inspire, inform and empower private landowners in the Southwestern Wisconsin region to enjoy, protect and restore native biodiversity and ecosystem health.

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Upcoming Events

BMAP Spring Outing

  • Bobolink Hill Farm Field Trip

    Saturday, May 19 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    5129 Shophill Road, Highland, WI 53543

    We will be serenaded by dozens of bobolinks as we walk up a hill through a large grassy hay field. We may also see blue birds and meadowlarks. From there we will check the progress made in a savanna area that was cleared of weedy trees and brush several years ago. Several pairs of red headed woodpeckers have set up residence here. We will then hike into a 25-acre hilly prairie and see a variety of early blooming species including a hillside of lupine, hoary puccoon, yellow star grass, prairie violets and many others.

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    BMAP's publication "Reading the Driftless Landscape" is still available!

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    Contact Us

    Blue Mounds Area Project
    PO Box 332
    Mt. Horeb, WI 53572

    Phone: 608-561-2627 (608-561-BMAP)

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