ACRES Land Trust has acquired a 126-acre property surrounding Quog Lake in LaGrange County, ensuring permanent protection of a rare quaking bog and its notable ecology. The property is located just west of Oliver Lake. A quaking bog – the origin of Quog Lake’s name – describes the floating mat of sphagnum moss along the shore of the lake. One of a few remaining quaking bogs in the state, its connected wetlands drain into the North Branch Elkhart River.
Local News JUL 17th
Bicyclist versus lift bridge: What could possibly go wrong?
MENASHA, Wis. -- A bicyclist who weaved past the gates blocking access to a bridge over a river escaped serious injury after falling into the gap created when the bridge started to rise....Read More