Gobbler Ridge is comprised of 100 acres in Crawford County in Southwestern Wisconsin. The Driftless region was not covered by ice during the most recent glacial period and thus does not have the “drift” carried by glaciers, but does have a unique and picturesque landscape. Flowing through the region is the Mississippi River and Kickapoo River. For a presentation on recreating native prairie on Gobbler Ridge, contact Tim.
For a narrative history of Tim’s work on Gobbler Ridge, click here.