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Help Bring Back Fish and Wildlife - Milwaukee Estuary Area of Concern

11/01/21 12:07:pm

Join us for a Series of Virtual Community Meetings

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The Waterway Restoration Partnership is a group of long-standing, trusted partners in the community who have been working together for years to improve water quality in the area. With a once in a generation opportunity on the horizon, the organizations are formalizing their partnership and redoubling their commitment to work together to clean up the Milwaukee Estuary Area of Concern.

Help us bring back fish and wildlife! Join us for a series of virtual community meetings and drop in on a local river expert to learn more. If you aren’t able to make a meeting, video recordings will be shared for each event.

November 1st | 5:30 PM - Milwaukee River Greenway.
Learn about improvements to natural communities along the Milwaukee River. Learn More.

November 4th | 3:00-5:00 PM - Have a Question? Ask an Expert!
Drop-in on local river experts from Milwaukee Riverkeeper and River Revitalization Foundation to ask questions, see where upcoming projects will happen, and learn more about the ongoing work to restore our waterways. Meet at Estabrook Beer Garden

November 8th | 5:30 PM - Lincoln Park & Estabrook Park.
Discover how river changes will affect the fish, wildlife, and people. Learn More.

November 15th | 5:30 PM - Kletzsch Park.
See the changes that will allow fish to better reproduce. Learn More.

November 18th | 5:00 - 8:00 PM - Have a Question? Ask an Expert!
Drop-in on local river experts from Milwaukee Riverkeeper and River Revitalization Foundation to ask questions, see where upcoming projects will happen, and learn more about the ongoing work to restore our waterways. Meet at the Blatz Pavilion

December 6th | 5:30 PM - Havenwoods State Forest.
Learn about the plans to make Wisconsin’s only urban State Forest better for fish, wildlife, and people. Learn More.

December 13th | 5:30 PM - Milwaukee River Floodplains and Your Health.
Learn how future plans to address soil contamination in the floodplains will protect those that live, work, and play along the Milwaukee River. Learn More.


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