Join The Standing Cedars Fall Hike

Explore the Osceola land conservancy’s biggest property along the St. Croix River.




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Standing Cedars Fall Foray 2014

Join St. Croix 360 and Standing Cedars Community Land Conservancy for a hike through the restored prairies and river bluffs of the Englewood property south of Osceola. Conservancy president Steve Rassler will discuss how these sprawling prairies have been restored to native habitat from former agricultural use, while we enjoy fall colors and conversation.

The hike will be approximately 3.5 miles and take about two hours. Please wear sturdy footwear.

October 11 at 10 a.m.
Free, registration requested below.
Donations to Standing Cedars gratefully accepted.

In the event of inclement weather conditions, we will attempt to reschedule the hike. Please check your email before coming for confirmation. Parking is limited to 10 cars, so please bring friends and carpool!

Scroll down for a map to the trailhead.


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Trailhead Map

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2 responses to “Join The Standing Cedars Fall Hike”

  1. Roger Eberhart Avatar
    Roger Eberhart

    I can’t be there on Saturday but would like more information and to visit another time. We have a cabin on the Minnesota side of th St. Croix in Copas.

    1. Ryan Rodgers Avatar

      Please send your mailing address to standingcedarsclc[at], and I’ll send you some information.


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