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July 2022

Daytime Paddle on the Puchyan

July 16 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am

Start your morning with a relaxing trip on the water with the Green Team. Paddle the Puchyan River by kayak or canoe and enjoy this beautiful, thriving ecosystem. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of wildlife from turtles to cranes to crayfish and more! This leisurely tour is good for all paddle skill levels. Go at your own pace or race your friends and meet other Green Lake nature enthusiasts on this tour of the Puchyan. Participants will paddle…

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October 2022

Buckthorn Cleanup on Conservancy Properties

October 1

The Green Team is ready to tackle another year of fall buckthorn removal on Saturday mornings. This fall is the team’s 12th year cleaning up various Conservancy properties. Everyone is welcome to participate in the work and the fun! The team will be working each and every Saturday morning this fall until the weather shuts them down. Work site locations will vary from week to week. If you think you can make a Saturday morning or have any questions, please…

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Native Prairie Seed Collection

October 1 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Lisa Reas will be leading volunteers on a late morning (to avoid morning dew/frost) prairie flower and grass seed collection event at Dawson Prairie in the Green Lake Conference Center. We will be collecting seed from a variety of native plants such as purple coneflower, blazing star, compass plant, milkweed, asters, little bluestem, Indian grass, and prairie dropseed. Seed collection is a popular event among gardeners as participants will be discussing prairie plants and their function in the ecosystem (habitat,…

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Mitchell’s Glen Tour

October 15 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mitchell Glen Green Lake, WI 54941 United States + Google Map

Explore Mitchell Glen for the first time or revisit this popular Green Lake Conservancy Partnership Property with the Green Team. Local biologist and educator, Tom Eddy, will lead participants down to the glen that features 12.2 acres of maple-basswood climax forest, unique geological formations, outstanding biodiversity, and spring-fed waters flowing into Green Lake. This tour includes walking about 80 steep, steps into and out of the ravine. There are two tour dates available but space is very limited and reservations…

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