Become a Member or Make a Donation
The PCA is truly a community effort, as all activities, projects and maintenance are fully supported by community volunteers, donations and memberships.
Memberships at any category level help support such efforts. See membership options below, support one of our current special fundraising campaigns, or donate and item from our ongoing wish list to help us maintain and grow the PCA.
Donations can be made securely online through PayPal by clicking on the buttons below. Or print a membership form below and mail to:
PO Box 302
Platteville, WI 53818
*Multi-year contributors of $250+ are known as "Trail Blazers" and recognized on trail information media
Our annual Endowment campaign is happening! Your donation supports us in our mission in connecting the Platteville community to the Rountree Branch corridor, through recreation, conservation and environmental education. Our long-term goal is to grow our endowment to sustain trail repairs and salaries of our part time coordinators. We appreciate donations of any amount and offer many opportunities to honor or recognize your donation. Please know we do accept PayPal and Venmo. Read more here.
Sassy's Vacation, a children's book written by PCA volunteer, Sue Leamy Kies and illustrated by Ric Genthe is about a snapping turtle's adventure in the PCA. All proceeds from sales go toward trail development and maintenance. Get your copy today! More information here.
PCA Wish List
Please get in touch at email@example.com if you'd like to donate an item from our wish list. Secondhand items are welcome!
Log chains: Either 10-foot or 25-foot
Gas cards (like from New Horizons or Kwik Trip)
Materials for community science workshops ($500)
Water tank compatible with HPX615E John Deere Gator
Stream bank reinforcement not covered by city grants (Up to $25,000)
Contributions toward the seal coat of the trail
Cover one or both coordinators’ salaries (through endowed/long-term/one-time contribution)
SPECIAL THANKS to...
Ron Endres donated 15 pounds of seeds for 28 species of native plants. This adds to the 20 pounds of seeds he donated the previous year.