Membership meeting and Saturday farm work days. Remember these are family event, all are welcome! Next membership meeting will be Fourth Tuesday in September. and the Farm is now open every Saturday 8am till noon, or until work is completed.

Remember April 20th DCCL Banquet at REX's  in Waunakee , we only have four tickets left.

April 8th Farm Tree Planting was another great event with all 40 trees being planted and thanks to all the helper that stayed to help repair the pen for this years pheasants  that are coming the second week of may.

April 15th Opening of the Farm and Highway Clean up was a huge success this year with 13 large bags of trash collected along the highway.

April 22nd we will be cutting all the wood and starting to stain the inside boards for the bat house that will be assembled the following weekend.

April 29th Bat House Building.  We need 10 to 15 helper to help paint stain and assemble as mant bat houses and condo as we can. Each family group that helps will get to take home a small bat house and leftovers will be sold to the public. Meet at the farm 8am.

Remember When The farm  Opens.  There is always work to be done every week. 8am every Saturday.

NOTE:  Now is the time if you have not done it already is to renew your DCCL membership.

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In the past, members had to work 15 hours per year on DCCL projects to get 15 birds.  That rule is still in play.  But, there is a second option now available.  A member can work 10 hours per year and earn 10 birds.  However, working 11-14 hours is still considered 10 hours.   Keep in mind that a family membership allows immediate family members to combine work hours for birds.  

 Can’t find time to work on any projects????    Now for every new membership you sell, you are awarded three work hours towards birds.  You may pick up membership forms at a membership meeting or print them off of the website.  Be sure to indicate on the application that you referred the new applicant.


Unfortunately, we had some winter storm damage this year at the farm.  Some poles were tipped and some netting was ripped.  It can all be repaired, but we will need some labor this spring to get things back in shape.   We have ordered 1,000 Manchurian cross birds form MacFarlane’s to be delivered the week of May 8.   A couple of pens need to be tilled and seeded with new vegetation so that we can get rid of some of the thistles that are taking over.  Don’t wait until July to come out; much help is needed in May and June.  



As mentioned above, this is our first attempt at mass electronic communication with members.  There are more events to be scheduled this spring and we will let you know via your electronic device.   We know that we will have to work some things out with everyone to make this a success.  Let us know what you think.   


Conserve Now That The Future May Live!!