Welcome to DCCL!

Did you know that the League is the second oldest conservation group in the State of Wisconsin? If you are concerned about the future of Dane County’s natural heritage, you will want to attend the Dane County Conservation League’s 21st annual fundraiser banquet. Proceeds from the event support educational scholarships, local DNR wildlife habitat projects, purchase of trout stream bank easements, prairie chicken recovery efforts, the raising of pheasants, and the construction of Blue Bird, Wren, Wood Duck, and Bat Houses

Ticks Are Coming and We need your help. May 10th at 8am. Meet at the farm and help dip 800 chicks beek and introduce then to there new home.



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2017 DCCL Banquet Flyer


The Farm is open every Saturday 8am til noon or until chores are completed.

We have lots to do since the winter was bad and the fencing need fixing.


Remember the Chicks are ordered and we need lots of help getting the pens ready for the new arrivals.  Bring the kids!!



The farm will be opening April 15th, With Winter behind us and some heavy snow damage there is alot to do. All Family members are welcome to join in on the fun!!

Pheasants have been all given out till next year.  But Remember if;

Check out our Summer Newsletter

New Go wild DNR Website To Purchase a license, permit or register you kill.

Need a place to hunt this fall? Want to know where the pheasants are stocked each week? or even find a parking lot. check out this great hunting tool.  http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/fflight.html


Membership meeting are starting in September

Board meetings are the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm.

Membership meetings are the fourth Tuesday at 7:00pm. With Guest Speaker To discuss farm issues and conservation efforts. Everyone is Welcome to join us.

All Meetings are held at the VFW Hall, 133 E. Lakeside St.(off John Nolen drive). in Madison.

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