Working with our communities to promote environmental stewardship, provide research and educational opportunities, and create healthier natural areas throughout Waukesha County.
Including wetland monitoring, reptile conservation, bird conservation, wildlife nest box monitoring, mammal monitoring, and invertebrate monitoring
Including habitat restoration volunteer workdays, self-led garlic mustard removal, rare plant conservation, and photo point monitoring
Help study and improve the health of our prairies, wetlands, and woodlands by taking part in one of our stewardship projects. From planting trees and native wildflowers, to removing invasive species that are having a negative effect on our natural areas, you can become a certified Site Steward through training with Park and partner organization staff or simply attend a public habitat restoration workday when it’s convenient for you!
Questions? Contact our Conservation Biologist at email@example.com.
The Waukesha County Park System had another exceptional year of voluneerism from businesses, organizations, families, and individuals. Check out some of our discoveries in this annual report.