Activities vary from month to month. They focus on restoring native plant communities, removing non-native species, promoting diversity, collecting seed, reducing erosion, and improving habit for insects, birds, and a variety of animals. Management practices reduce runoff into the marsh (a designated Working Wetland) and promote infiltration to sustain the springs - a major source of fresh water flowing into Lake Mendota.
Time and Place: 9:ooam-noon. Meet at the County Parking lot, 4864 Pheasant Branch Road in Middleton.
Contact: Janet Kane, Restoration and Management Committee Co-chair, 203-8456, firstname.lastname@example.org. To sign up for announcements about upcoming workdays, e-mail email@example.com and ask to be added to the list.