Learn more about the bug hotel that volunteers helped build on the Milwaukee River to provide a safe haven for bugs and pollinators over winter and beyond. They used natural, recycled materials to create a habitat.
The Milwaukee Seed Library has been installed and is open. It features a miniature replica of our office, even with a living green roof! Pick up free seeds when you visit Turtle Park. We have a variety of vegetables, flowers, and herbs for people to choose from! And feel free to leave some extra … Read more
RRF Land Manager, Robert, talks about plastic pollution from stormwater runoff and what you can do to help protect our waterways.
Conservation overlay legislation was passed on May 25, 2010 by the City of Milwaukee (and the Village of Shorewood prior to that) to protect the Milwaukee River valley, over 800 acres of greenspace just a mile from downtown for all to enjoy. In response to a clear-cut on the river’s edge, a grassroots effort led … Read more
Our EPA-funded Great Lakes Restoration Initiative project to improve habitat in the Greenway is complete. Spanning 45 acres, the project removed an estimated 249,415 pounds of herbaceous invasives and 1,290,438 pounds of woody invasives.
One of this year’s RE-volv projects is brought to you by the Solar Ambassador Team at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM). The project is taking place at the River Revitalization Foundation (RRF), Milwaukee’s urban rivers land trust.