Friends of Rowan Creek is a non-profit organization located in Poynette Wisconsin that strives to restore, enhance, protect, and promote the unique characteristics of Rowan Creek and its watershed.

The Rowan Creek watershed drains portions of five Columbia County townships (Arlington, Dekorra, Lowville, Lodi and Leeds), with the village of Poynette lying squarely in the middle. Rowan Creek originates just upstream of Loveland Road (east of Highway 51).

Creek Clean Up Day is May 10, 2014

Join the Friends of Rowan Creek and the Poynette High School Conservation Club on May 10, 2014 for the annual Rowan Creek clean up that coincides with Earth Day. Meet at Pauquette Park on Main Street in Poynette. It's next to the Village Hall.

The clean up goes from 9am to 11:30am. Lunch is provided at 11:30am. Wear clothing that can get dirty. Garbage bags provided.

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ducks in Rowan Creek

Ducks floating along Rowan Creek. Photo by Ira Kastenberg.