Waukesha County

Working with our communities to promote environmental stewardship, provide research and educational opportunities, and create healthier natural areas throughout Waukesha County.

Check out our programs and projects

Wetland monitoring, reptile conservation, bird conservation, wildlife nest box monitoring, mammal monitoring, invertebrate monitoring

Habitat restoration workdays, rare plant conservation, photo point monitoring

Habitat Restoration Workdays

Work with our staff and volunteer Site Stewards to remove invasive species from our natural areas. Our habitat restoration workdays have a particular focus on the globally imperiled oak ecosystems that occur within Waukesha County. You can take part in recovering these habitats of regional importance! Questions? Want to RSVP? Contact our Conservation Biologist at parks@waukeshacounty.gov.

What to wear: Dress for the weather (long sleeves and pants are recommended) and wear clothes that are OK to get beat up, closed-toe shoes, gloves (extra will be provided), safety glasses (extra will be provided).

What to bring: Water, sunscreen, bug spray, loppers (optional).

Cancellation or rescheduling plan: If the workday is cancelled, an email will be sent to the address that you RSVP’d from.

UPCOMING WORKDAYS 

Stay tuned!