Southeastern Wisconsin Invasive Species Consortium, Inc.



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Southeastern Wisconsin Invasive Species Consortium

Garlic Mustard Pull-A-Thon

The 2017 competition is underway - support your favorite team today!

Hundreds of volunteers are actively protecting the woodlands of their neighborhoods by teaming up to pull and bag garlic mustard and dame’s rocket throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Our goal is to collectively pull 10,000 pounds in 2017 and raise essential funds for the fight against invasive species. This Annual Spring Event is a competition, a fundraiser, and a way for people to join together and have a positive impact on their environment.

garlic mustard pullathon 2017 newsClick here to SUPPORT your favorite team today:

  • Caledonia Conservancy Land Trust
  • City of Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry
  • Eagle Nature Trail
  • Mequon Nature Preserve
  • Milwaukee Area Land Conservancy
  • Milwaukee County Zoo
  • Ozaukee Washington Land Trust
  • Riveredge Nature Center
  • River Revitalization Foundation
  • Sheboygan County YMCA Camp Y-Koda
  • Ulao Creek Partnership
  • Weed Out! Racine

    Pull-A-Thon proceeds will be used for invasive species adult and youth education, prevention and control in southeastern Wisconsin. All pledge contributions are tax-deductible. Our impressive Traveling Trophy and bragging rights will be surrendered from last year’s winner and awarded to the 2017 Pull-A-Thon Team that collects the most pledges and pulls the most garlic mustard by June 30th.

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    This season and throughout 2018, help stop the spread of invasive species by supporting the only organization dedicated to invasive species prevention, education, management and control in southeastern Wisconsin by:


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