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Central Wisconsin Grassland Conservation Area

The Central Wisconsin Grassland Conservation Area is 160 acres created by four 40 acre parcels located in Leola Township of Adams County WI.  It's located north of Alpine Ave, south of Akron Dr. and east of 5th Ave.   There is a driveway off of Akron Dr. at 469 according to the Adams County GIS website. This area was purchased by the state from a private owner in 2008.  In general it’s a pretty flat area of grasslands with a deeper trench with Fourteen Mile Creek cutting through the Conservation Area flowing from northeast to southwest.  It appears to be an area for training bird dogs with signs posted “Dog Training Area”.  Find plenty of wildlife in this area!

According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website, this is a part of a larger Central Wisconsin Grassland Conservation Area (CWGCA) stretching through several counties including Taylor, Clark, Marathon, Wood, Portage, Waushara and Adams which includes other public lands like Leola Marsh Wildlife Area, Buena Vista Marsh Wildlife Area, Paul J. Olson Wildlife Area, and George W. Mead Wildlife Area.

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WI DNR - http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/grasslands/cwgca.html
Map - http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/Grasslands/documents/cwgca.pdf

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