Mukwonago River Watershed Awareness Fall Event
WDNR Forest Headquarters, S91 W39091 State Hwy. 59, Eagle, WI 53119
November 8, 2014
All who work, live, and recreate in the Mukwonago River watershed are invited to this special workshop which will educate about the threats to the watershed by aquatic and terrestrial invasive species and what you can do about them. Learn more about the Mukwonago River and your role to keep it healthy. Join us for a fun, educational day.
“A watershed is that area of land, a bounded hydrologic system, within which all living things are inextricably linked by their common water course and where, as humans settled, simple logic demanded that they become part of a community.”
Wild Ones – Kettle Moraine and Oak Savanna Alliance present this workshop with Friends. Wild Ones 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. Friends/Oak Savanna Alliance 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Four topics of interest on invasives and restoration:
10:00-12:00 Corrine Daniels, Applied Ecological Services
12:00-1:00 On your own. We will have beverages and snacks.
Mussels of the Mukwonago River
1:00-2:00 Lisie Kitchel. WDNR
Asian Clam (Corbicula fluminea) removal protocol
2:00-3:00 Matt Schneider, UW-Wauk
Restoring Your Woodland To Health:
3:00-4:00 Frank Hassler, Good Oak