Earth Day Articles
The Sauk County Earth Day Celebration is a community event.
We rely on financial contributions and a volunteer workforce generously donating to ensure this event continues.
Nonprofit organizations, community groups, individuals and businesses can get more involved by:
- setting up a booth to display information about their organization or projects. Partners automatically get a booth space.
- make a monetary donation (SP River PAL is a registered non-profit)
- volunteering to work during the event.
- partnering with us to plan the next event.
If this sounds like your type of thing, feel free to contact the Webmaster! We'd love to have you on the team!
Habitat for Humanity of Wisconsin River Area believes that everyone deserves a decent place to live. We offer two programs to help low-to-moderate income families become homeowners through working on their own homes alongside volunteers. We also have two ReStores located in Baraboo and Portage. The sales of the ReStores help fund home building, and the donations of building supplies and home goods allow us to keep tons of waste out of local landfills.
Please stop by their table and visit!
The Baraboo Public Library offers a safe and welcoming environment, providing area residents and visitors with confidential access to cutting edge, high quality resources. As a center of lifelong learning, the library proactively engages diverse audiences, encourages collaboration, and challenges and empowers its users to participate fully as members of their local and global communities.
Wisconsin has some awesome State Natural Areas!
Ableman's Gorge is tucked into the hills around Rock Springs. It's a good place to see geology, flora, and birds!
Join Scott Weber for a guided hike up the trail.
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