In the late 1960s, the City of Madison began purchasing land in what is now Cherokee Marsh. This large and diverse wetland needed to be preserved for future generations. Since formally establishing a Conservation Parks Program in 1971, the City has acquired and manages over 1600 acres of conservation parkland. Madison’s 20 Conservation Parks are unique in that they are managed to preserve and promote preservation and restoration of the plants, animals, and ecosystem of the area.
Join Paul Borowsky and photographer Martin Saunders for a trip through Edna Taylor Park – and get an update on the Sandhill cranes!
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By Phone: (312) 626-6799
Sponsor: Jewish Social Services