Glacial Prairie Chapter is in the southeastern corner of Wisconsin, outside the Driftless Area. While our region lacks the hill prariies found in other chapters, we have some unique prairies associated with glacial till. Other prairies in the area include large sand prairies, some wet prairies, and the typical roadside and railroad prairies the escaped development. We work together in coops on lands of our members and partner with other organizations. We also are active during the week with schools in the area, doing presentations and planting school prairies.The Glacial Prairies Chapter covers Dodge, Jefferson, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Racine, Walworth, and Waukesha Counties in Wisconsin. We invite you to join us!
Board representative: Alice Mirk, email; 920-219-0427
Chapter Work days. We have a different place we work each Saturday of the month. Contact Alice for a list of chapter activities. Below are some planned workdays:
August 6 Seed collecting and select invasive control at the Karow's
August 13 DNR State Natural Area
October 22 Brush work and seed collecting at the Karow SNA
November 19 Seeding oak savanna at WillowBrook Conservancy