Hillsboro - Union Center - Elroy - Wonewoc - La Valle - Rock Springs - North Freedom - Reedsburg - Baraboo - West Baraboo

 

Engaging Communities

 
 

Clearing a Path

Logjam Removal

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First row: Brandi Jo Pollard Jones (Beyond Boundaries), Jeff Seering (Friends of the Baraboo River)

Second row: Miah Jones (Beyond Boundaries) , Nate Norris (Team Rubicon), Jerrod Ertel (Friend of Beyond Boundaries)

Third row: Michael Brady (Team Rubicon) , Steve Falter & Justin Morris ( Capital Water Trails), Tim Bartz (Volunteer from Reedsburg), Sam Rowe (Friend of Beyond Boundaries) .

Many thanks to volunteers from Friends of the Baraboo River, Capital Water Trails, and Team Rubicon for the hard work and great efforts removing logjams on the stretch of the Baraboo River from Wonewoc to La Valle.

 
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Lazy Beaver Race

July 28, 2018

 
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Many Thanks to Reedsburg Kiwanis for sponsoring the Lazy Beaver Race AND for their $500 donation from the race proceeds.

 
 
 

Community Outreach

Area Meetings

 
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Friends of the Baraboo River, MSA, and community leaders have presented the project and engaged communities across Juneau and Sauk County. From business leaders, farmers, elected officials, recreation enthusiasts to those invested in seeing their communities grow and thrive, individuals have shared their ideas, feedback, and enthusiasm for making the Baraboo River Corridor accessible to everyone who desires to paddle the Boo.