2019 Pull-A-Thon Team Fundraising Goal: $1,000.00
Pounds Pulled to-date: 2,160; Donations/Sponsorships Received to-date: $60
For the past 27 years, WCLC has worked diligently to fulfill its mission to protect and care for environmentally significant land and water in Waukesha County for future generations. To date, we have protected nearly 3,000 acres of primary environmental corridor, undisturbed shoreline, pristine floating bog, globally imperiled oak ecosystems, and more.
Part of our stewardship initiatives involve removing invasive species to allow native species to flourish. This year, we’re calling on our dedicated volunteers to pull garlic mustard from Broken Hill at our “Pull-a-Thon” events. Without your help, Broken Hill would remain vulnerable to its persistent presence.
You’re invited to join us at our upcoming Pull-a-Thon workdays to learn more about invasive species in Waukesha County and how you can make an impact. No experience is necessary! It will be a fun-filled day in which our community can come together to learn new skills, enjoy the sunshine and fresh air, and nip a serious conservation challenge in the bud. Snacks, water, and free t-shirts will be provided. If you would like to contribute in another way, consider sponsoring our team with a donation. Every little bit counts, and each dollar contributed to the WCLC team will be used to restore and protect the sensitive natural communities of Waukesha County!
Scheduled Pull-A-Thon Workdays (all scheduled 10am-1pm):
- Thursday, May 23 at Broken Hill in Pewaukee
- Saturday, June 1 at Broken Hill in Pewaukee
- Tuesday, June 4 at Martins’ Woods in Big Bend
- Thursday, June 6 at Hartland Marsh in Hartland
- Tuesday, June 11 at Broken Hill in Pewaukee
Please contact the Team Leader (contact information below) if you’re interested in joining a workday and for driving and parking directions. We look forward to seeing you!
Team Leader: Meghan Wersel
Phone: (262) 875-3070