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If you ordered plants from our Rain Garden Plant Sale, visit MMSD at 260 W. Seeboth St., Milwaukee, WI 53204, between 11:00 am - 3:30 pm on Saturday, June 10th, to pick up your plants. To make things move more smoothly, we request that you sign up for a pick-up time. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2023-rain-garden-plant-sale-pickup-tickets-631652428417.
Join us at the Kletzsch Park Pavilion (6560 N Milwaukee River Pkwy, Glendale) on June 15 from 5-7 PM to learn about the Kletzsch Park Dam Fish Passage. Learn why this project is happening, what the fish passage will look like, and how the construction will impact you.
Celebrate the Kletzsch Dam Fish Passage and other amazing restoration work happening on Milwaukee's Waterways with us at Havenwoods State Forest on June 17th from 10 AM - 3 PM. This FREE event has something for everyone with fishing activities, hikes, farm animals, food, and so much more. Learn more.
MMSD is committed to protecting our community and the environment for a healthier, cleaner, resilient region. MMSD has captured and cleaned 98.5% of all the water that's entered the regional sewer system since 1994. Learn how MMSD's water reclamation facilities clean our water.
We need your help caring for our rivers and Lake Michigan by managing water where it falls and reducing water pollution.
FREE drop-off for your household hazardous waste at one of our permanent or mobile collection locations. Help keep our land and water clean and safe!
Help keep your basement dry and learn what you can do to manage rainwater where it falls on your property.
Learn a few ways you can help keep our water clean and flowing, protect our drinking water, and help reduce the risk of sewer water backing up into your basement or overflowing into our waterways.
Learn about local flood management projects and how you can get involved in your community.
Visit the Milorganite website for lawn and gardening tips.
Learn how to become a Fresh Coast Guardian and help protect Lake Michigan.