Spring Valley Tract

DALC was gifted this 300+ acre property north of New Glarus at the end of 2020. By combining the broad and generous vision of a local nature enthusiast, support from a long-time friend, the encouragement of a local restoration specialist, the persistent rallying cry of a local Township steward, and the expertise of DALC staff, Spring Valley has become a reality. Read the full story.


The property hosts a diversity of plant communities within its bounds. There is a bur oak savanna and dry prairie community associated with exposed sandstone outcrops. Southern dry-mesic forest and southern dry forest surround a main valley characterized by wetland communities along a spring fed stream while the uplands broad ridges are contoured with row crops.  In the years to come it will be a place of restoration work, teaching & learning, exploration, respite, and enjoyment. 


Plans are in the works to share this property widely and for generations to come but it is not open to the public yet. Complete the form below to be the first to hear about events, land stewardship, and opportunities to get on site.


Driftless Area Land Conservancy

206 S. Iowa Street (map)

Dodgeville, Wisconsin 53533

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(608) 930-3252

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