We will be helping Tom Zagar plant some native "plugs" and touring the preserve.
Directions: Google map here. S74W20312 Field Drive, Muskego, WI 53150. Park in the parking lot at the entrance.
What to Wear: You will need gardening clothes and gloves, plus a water bottle. You will be on your knees for part of the morning. If you are concerned about weather or have questions, call 920-219-0427 on the date of the scheduled activity.
Badertscher Preserve is located in the northwestern portion of the City of Muskego immediately north of Field Drive. It also lies south of and adjacent to the city-owned Ridges Conservation site, collectively making over 130 of contiguous acres of conservancy. The physical geography of the site covers rolling glacial topography and has wetlands and artesian springs which give rise to Spring Creek, the highest quality stream in the city and a major tributary to Little Muskego Lake. Land restoration objectives include re-establishing native vegetation that existed before European settlement and invasive species management.
S74 W20153 Field Dr
Muskego, WI 53150
Google map and directions