The Parkland Conservation Fund was created in 2019 to help protect, restore, and enhance greenspaces throughout the Waukesha County Park System. This stewardship fund focuses on wildlife habitat conservation, restoration and improvements to natural areas.
The dedicated fund is an opportunity to invest in local natural resources, public lands and parks for generations to come. Your financial gift will support important projects and will help preserve the diversity of ecotypes found throughout the park system.
Projects are evaluated and selected annually by the County Park System’s Ecology Team.
Creating Pollinator Habitat with Native Prairie Plantings
Restoration of old agricultural fields into native prairie habitat. Native plantings provide habitat for birds, pollinators, and other insects. The beauty of blooming flowers will also add to the natural beauty of Nashotah Park. Read more about this no-mow area in our FAQ Document.
Seeding of agricultural field #1 will take place in Spring 2022.
Please donate to help us complete the next phases.
Planting a diversity of shrubs and trees along the Oconomowoc River Greenway to reduce pollution from agricultural land and improve water quality. A partnership with the Oconomowoc Watershed Protection Program (OWPP). Please donate to help us complete the next phase.
Each donation makes a difference and has the option to be recognized by a Certificate of Commitment.
Donate By Mail
Waukesha County Park System
515 W. Moreland Blvd., AC 230
Waukesha, WI 53188
Charitable contributions given directly to Waukesha County are tax-deductible under section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.