Southern Kettle Moraine Waters Master Plan

Comment period ends April 23. Please weigh in on this important property in the watershed. This plan will determine its direction for a long period. Your opinion on the master plan is valuable. Survey on WDNR site below. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has developed a draft master plan for the Southern Kettle Moraine Read more about Southern Kettle Moraine Waters Master Plan[…]

Friends’ Annual Member Meeting This Week!

Friends of the Mukwonago River, Inc.  2018 ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING  “The fishes of the Mukwonago River watershed: a special place”. John Lyons, speaker. SATURDAY MARCH 24, 2018  9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Mukwonago Community Library, 511 Division St. Mukwonago 53149 Featured speaker, John Lyons, adjunct curator of fishes at the University of Wisconsin Zoological Museum. “At the Read more about Friends’ Annual Member Meeting This Week![…]

Outreach and Engagement Coordinator

Friends Job Posting September 2017 Outreach and Engagement Coordinator The Friends of the Mukwonago River, a grassroots non-profit organization located in Southeastern Wisconsin, seeks a part-time Outreach and Engagement Coordinator to design and deliver community education programs, plan and deliver opportunities for people to explore the Mukwonago River Watershed, and engage residents and users of Read more about Outreach and Engagement Coordinator[…]

Rewilding the Mukwonago River

Rewilding Reminder ! Remember our Member meeting! Rewilding (conservation biology) in our watershed. Relevant idea? Wikipedia definition paraphrased for our purposes, “Rewilding is conservation aimed at restoring and protecting natural processes and wilderness areas, providing connectivity between such areas. Rewilding projects may require ecological restoration or wilderness engineering, particularly to restore connectivity between fragmented protected areas. Read more about Rewilding the Mukwonago River[…]

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Landowner Education Workshops April and May

Friends’ Landowner Education Series programs for those of you who want to learn the what, the how and the who for dealing with the terrestrial invasive species on your property. Learn plant identification, methods and processes to remove invasives, and find contractors to help you do the work or teach you to do it yourself. Visit Read more about Landowner Education Workshops April and May[…]

February 15 Applications due for Landowner Assistance under Forest Weed Grant

WDNR FOREST WEED GRANT LANDOWNER OPPORTUNITY! $/ACRE reimbursement for your restoration work. Application Deadline February 15, 2016. 2016 FWG Land Owner Application & Rubric Got Buckthorn? Frustrated with Garlic Mustard? Loathe Honeysuckle? Now is your chance to fight back and receive financial assistance from Friends of the Mukwonago River! We helped landowners manage 16 acres of invasive Read more about February 15 Applications due for Landowner Assistance under Forest Weed Grant[…]

Forest Weed Grant Applications Soon

Watch for more information on Friends’ second round landowner Forest Weed grants.  They will be available soon. Please attend the next two landowner visits and workshops next week to see how this program has helped them and can help you eliminate the invasives on your property. Tuesday October 13 5:30-7 p.m. Invasive Species Education Series Read more about Forest Weed Grant Applications Soon[…]

Master Plan for Lulu Lake/Mukwonago River Unit

You can still comment on the four proposals for the master plan and help decide how these areas should be developed for use by the public. WDNR information and maps here. Send your emails to before September 15. The key elements that have been allowed to date, hunting, fishing, hiking, etc. will continue in Read more about Master Plan for Lulu Lake/Mukwonago River Unit[…]

September/October Events

2015 FoMR Calendar Sept Oct See calendar and events for information about opportunities for you to learn about Friends and invasive species that you will encounter on your property. Fall chainsaw training available at Riveredge Nature Center. See SAWW Class Flyer- Riveredge for details.