Historic Waterway Paddle Tour ~ Grindstone to Little LCO

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Couderay Waters Regional Land Trust (CWRLT) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) conservation organization working in Northwestern Wisconsin to protect and promote the natural environment.



Couderay Waters Watershed Paddle Tour

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Annual Meet & Greet

Saturday, July 21st, 2018

Registration for the paddle tour will be through the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin – registration is not yet open.  A link will be posted here when registration opens.


– Annual Meet & Greet –

At Deerfoot Lodge on the Chippewa Flowage

Everyone is welcome to come out to Deerfoot Lodge at 2pm for a seine net survey demonstration and refreshments.  Great for kids and grandkids, seine net surveys offer the opportunity to jump in the water and see what is there.  Fish and other critters are caught, recorded and released.  All are welcome to come participate, family friendly!

More information to come.

Namekagon River Cleanup – Tentatively scheduled for Saturday, April 28th, 2018!  Visit Namekagon River Partnership or St Croix River Association for more details!

2017 Newsletter

Event Highlights

Watershed Paddle Tour

Leonards Gage Link

Real-time temperature & flow data from the Namekagon River.

What We Do

earth  Land Trust Conservancy

Land trusts protect & preserve the natural environment by using conservation easements, mutual covenants, land purchases, donations, and volunteer efforts to permanently protect natural areas.  Couderay Waters Regional Land Trust works in northwestern Wisconsin to protect the intrinsic value of the northwoods.

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A conservation easement is a legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust or government agency that permanently limits use of the land in order to protect its conservation value.  You retain ownership, use and enjoyment of the land protected by the Land Trust.

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“When we try to pick out anything by itself we find that it is bound fast by a thousand invisible cords that cannot be broken, to everything in the universe.” – John Muir

butterflyHabitat Protection

Ecological communities are dependent on natural habitat protection.  “When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” – Aldo Leopold

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Join the local effort to protect our natural resources for future generations.  Every person, organization and business that calls the north woods home has a vested interest the care and management of our treasured resources. Join us!

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A commitment to protecting land into perpetuity is the basis for land trusts.  You can personally leave a legacy into the future by contributing to the preservation of the natural environment.

Our Work

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