Beaver Creek Reserve is fortunate to be able to partner with many local organizations that share our mission and conservation goals. Click on the links below to learn more.
Protect Your Family: Lyme Disease is on the Rise
Protect yourself, friends, and family from tick-borne illnesses, such as Lyme Disease. Learn what repellents are recommended and best clothing to wear when spending time outside during tick season.
List of Native Plants
This is the list of Native Plants that we grow each year in our greenhouse. The list varies from year to year.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Where to go for everything nature related in Wisconsin including natural resources, environmental protection, education, and training.
Eau Claire County
Online information answers many questions you might have regarding our county. Eau Claire County, along with the Friends of Beaver Creek, operates Beaver Creek Reserve.
UW-Eau Claire Department of Biology
Find information about degree programs, including coursework and collaborative research with faculty, as well as other opportunities for students.
UW-Eau Claire Department of Physics and Astronomy
Hobbs Observatory is operated cooperatively by Beaver Creek Reserve, the UW-Eau Claire Physics Department, and the Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society.
Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society
This amateur astronomy club in Wisconsin's Chippewa Valley meets at Hobbs Observatory and covers a broad spectrum of astronomical interests, from casual observing of the constellations to serious visual observing, astrophotography, astrometry, CCD imaging, computer control of telescopes, photometry, telescope building, and radio astronomy.
School District of Augusta
Lake Eau Claire Association
A non-profit organization, the association is dedicated to protect and improve the water quality and fishery of Lake Eau Claire for the benefit of the general public and partners with the Citizen Science Center and Wildlands Science Research School on lake projects.
Lake Wissota Improvement and Protection Association
The purpose of LWIPA is to preserve and protect Lake Wissota and its surroundings and to enhance the water quality, fishery, boating safety, and the aesthetic value of Lake Wissota as a public recreational facility for future generations. The