Partnering Government Agencies

Town of Onalaska logo Town of Onalaska
city of onalaska logo City of Onalaska
town of campbell logo Town of Campbell
La Crosse County Logo La Crosse County
Army Corps Logo U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District
FWS logo Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, La Crosse District, (Maps, photos, regulations)
      Visitor Center MultiPurpose Room reservation, policies and procedures (Word Document)
DNR logo Wisconsin DNR
usgs logo Upper Mississippi Environmental Sciences Center: aerial and oblique photos, maps, and GIS data
epa logo epa-region-5-great-lakes
uw extension UW Extension Wisconsin Lakes Partnership: information for and about Wisconsin Lake Districts

Other Related Organizations

Black Basin Friends of the Black River: a citizen-led organization dedicated to enhancing the Black River and its watershed
La Crosse Sailing logo La Crosse Sailing Club
sunny Onalaska Tourism Commission
lax visitors logo La Crosse Convention and Visitors Bureau
bpca logo Brice Prairie Conservation Association: Dedicated to preserving Lake Onalaska and the Black River Bottoms
MVC logo Mississippi Valley Conservancy , conserving the diverse landscapes and natural areas of the Coulee Region of western Wisconsin.
friends logo The Friends of the Upper Mississippi River Refuges is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving the natural and cultural resources of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge. The Coulee Chapter covers the La Crosse District of the Refuge.
bike trail Great River State Bike Trail, 24 miles from Onalaska to Trempealeau, this trail offers a unique opportunity to bike through the Black River bottoms, passing right next to our clubhouse by the bridge over the Black River. The trail is a former Chicago & Northwestern Railroad bed that dates to the late 1800s.
Raptor Resource The Raptor Resource Project specializes in the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls by creating, improving, and directly maintaining over 50 nests and nest sites, providing training in nest site creation and management, and developing innovations in nest site management and viewing that bring people closer to the natural world. The Raptor Resource Project maintains a viewing camera on Sommers Chute delta on Lake Onalaska, in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Brice Prairie Conservation Association, Brice Prairie EMS & Rescue, and the Lake Onalaska Protection and Rehabilitation District.