Check out the Winter 2014 Friends of the Black River Newsletter! Click here to access the PDF file.
Check out the latest FBR Newsletter. You can read any of the past newsletters by clicking the “Newsletters” link on the right of this page. Summer Newsletter
Dec. 2011 This is a reminder of the holiday party Monday night. The evening will start at 6 p.m. with social time and the video showing will begin at 7 p.m. The videos will be America’s Rivers (a PBS production) and the Rim to Rim Hike taped and produced by Steve Firkins. Admission is $10… Read More »
Okay all you Harry Potter fans, here’s your chance to see Snowy Owls. The past few weeks has found hundreds (probably thousands) of snowy owls heading south from the Arctic region into southern Canada and the northern half of the United States. Especially in Wisconsin and Minnesota large numbers of birds have been spotted. In… Read More »
If you missed the meeting Wednesday night you can still view the annual Friends of the River Slideshow on YouTube! Here’s the link.
We are now on facebook! This can be a wonderful way for folks to share their river experiences and give updates on how different parts of the river are looking. Go tofacebook and find friends who are also going out on the river. Let others know of areas that need attention, or that are worth… Read More »
The Summer newsletter is available for you to read! Check it out under “newsletter” orclick here!
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Rain barrels are on sale through the Jackson County UW-Extension office as of the week of April 18th for $25 each. Rain barrels can play an important part in environmental protection and preservation. For every inch of rain that falls on a 1,000 sq. foot roof, about 600 gallons of water can be collected. Rain… Read More »
Here is a list of some of the ways YOU can get involved with FBR: Tasks: Contribute to Facebook (Friends of the Black River, WI) and web page through Roxanne Rogers County Fair- Man the booth, talk about being a member, hand out brochures and membership materials Be a stream monitor Donate computer media skills… Read More »