Join Us for the Ulao Creek Work Day on Sat Oct 11


Please join us Saturday October 11 for a joint workday event at theUlao Creek Habitat Restoration project site. We'll be teaming up with many other groups to plant trees and shrubs adjacent to the stream channel to provide bank stabilization, combat invasives, and improve habitat for fish and wildlife.


What: Ulao Creek Workday

When: Sat October 11, 9-noon
Where: Ozaukee County

Meet at the end of Arrowhead Road: 1009 Arrowhead Rd, Grafton, WI.  Park near the Hoppe Tree Service garage to the SE off Arrowhead Rd.
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Ulao Creek was once a pristine spring creek that supported a diverse wetland. Before the area was altered by decades of development, it provided an important spawning area for large numbers of Northern Pike from the Milwaukee River.



To learn more about current restoration efforts at Ulao Creek, see this recent article from Ozaukee Magazine


There will be machinery onsite to help move the larger trees into place. Some shovels and small tools will be provided to help plant the smaller tree and shrub stock, but if you can bring any shovels or spades, that would be appreciated. We will also be installing protective cages around the trees and shrubs. 

Matt Aho the Program Manager for the Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department will be leading this workday. We're offering our support and will be providing lunch for the entire group.

Please join us and meet other like-minded people while helping improve a watershed in our area!

...and don't forget to RSVP to so we can properly plan the food.