2009 Ice Age Trail Mobile Skills Crew Projects Calendar
May 14–17 Washington Co.
Our first project out of the gate establishes a new section of
the IAT at “Polk Kames”, near Slinger. The
Washington/Ozaukee County Chapter has worked hard to
prep this event and welcomes your help.
June 11–14 Waupaca Co.
Build a 40-foot bridge and certify 3 miles of the IAT at
Skunk and Foster Lakes State Natural Area and the Waupaca
River State Fishery Area. Camp headquarters will be at
Hartman Creek State Park.
June 24–28 Sauk Co.
"Educate and Empower" is the MSC program touchstone.
IAT-U builds on last year's seminar model and features
multiple hands-on sessions. Tomorrow's leaders wanted!
July 16–19 Dane Co.
Create, support and protect — the IAPTF mission statement
comes to bear at all MSC projects. This event in the Village
of Cross Plains promises to be a multifaceted blockbuster.
Aug 13–16 Sheboygan Co.
We got a great 2-mile start at La Budde Creek State Wildlife
Area last year but still have 1.5 miles of fun ahead.
Sept 8–13 Polk Co.
Trumpeter swans, ephemeral ponds, Vietnamese dance
troupes, Volunteer Vacations…this project launches 4 new
miles of superb hiking in the Straight Lake Scenic Recreation
Area, near Luck, Wisconsin.
Sept 24–27 Dane Co.
New Trail &
The land tells stories drift and driftless; walk the IAT and
you’ll straddle multi-faceted tension zones sans horizon.
With your help we’ll stretch a new leg of the IAT near
Belleville and set the stage for near-term success on
adjacent State Ice Age Trail Area lands.
Oct 8–11 Taylor Co.
North Central WI
The longest, wildest section of the IAT spans Taylor and
Lincoln counties. This “Sweeper” maintenance project
covers a 4-mile project area from Wood Lake to the Lincoln
Oct 29–Nov 1 TBA Wild Card
Three out of the last four years we’ve enjoyed an unplanned
spooktacular Halloween finale to close the season. Location
is to be determined but fun and gratification is guaranteed!