Our primary state-wide partners include the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Ice Age Trail Alliance. There are also many local partners that participate in the trail by developing and managing specific segments, including the U.S. Forest Service; county and municipal park and forestry departments. Other partners include conservation, civic, and youth organizations; and private landowners.
Did You Know?
Kames, eskers, kettles, drumlins, and moraines are some of the landscape features left by glaciers.