Friends of the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge
The Friends of the Horicon NWR has a number of
educational events and projects scheduled. Ongoing Visitor
Center projects include wildflower landscaping, limestone
amphitheater, and hiking trail with recreational and
educational components.

If interested in getting involved with our group, or you just
want to learn more about the refuge, send us an email!

July 2, 2018
"Volunteers don't
get paid, not
because they're
worthless, but
because they're
priceless."
- Sherry Anderson
About the Marsh
Karri Jamison featured
artist for summer months
The Friends of Horicon National Wildlife Refuge is
excited to have artist Karri Jamison exhibiting at the
Horicon NWR visitor center this summer. Karri from
Hillsboro, Wisconsin, specializes in nature paintings
and fine art prints. The exhibit opens on Thursday,
June 7 and runs through the end of August.

To learn more about Karri's work, visit her website
site at https://www.etsy.com/shop/karrijamison. Then
come out to the federal refuge and view her
extraordinary work in person.

You will not be disappointed!
"All Over the Map:
Horicon Marsh"Video
by Peter Schreimer
of Portly Toad Studios