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Join the Milwaukee River Greenway Coalition, Waterway Restoration Partnership, Nearby Nature, and other community partners on May 24 at 5:30 pm at Blatz Pavilion in Lincoln Park to learn about the updates in the Milwaukee River Greenway and provide YOUR feedback. Register here.
The Urban Ecology Center at Riverside Park is hosting a Native Plant Sale on Sunday, May 22nd, from 9 am to 1 pm. You can shop at the event or online and pick up your plants on the day of the sale. Portions of proceeds benefit the Urban Ecology Center.
Milwaukee County residents can get rid of household hazardous waste for FREE at Nicolet High School (front parking lot) on June 25 from 8 am to 2 pm. For a list of items you can and cannot drop off click here.
We need your help caring for our rivers and Lake Michigan by managing water where it falls and reducing water pollution.
Drop off 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.
Green infrastructure can help capture, absorb, or store rain and melting snow. Learn about rain gardens, rain barrels, and more.
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.