Southern Kettle Moraine Work Day
When: Saturday, June 8th, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Where: Kettle Moraine Oak Opening State Natural Area, Palmyra, WI. Meet at Bald Bluff parking lot (Google Map).
Love the Southern Kettle Moraine State Forest? Help us keep it beautiful and healthy as we remove invasive buckthorn and brush at one of the best spots on the property – Bald Bluff. This is hard work, but it’s important and makes a huge difference in the health of the local ecosystem.
Moderate physical fitness required: Be prepared to walk up and down the steep trail at least once. Volunteers will be using loppers and other tools to remove and treat woody invasive plants as well as moving small trees and brush. No skills needed – you will be trained on-site. Please note there is no bathroom available on-site.
Volunteers should bring:
- Appropriate clothing for working outdoors (we recommend boots, long pants, and long sleeves that you don’t mind getting dirty and beat up);
- Work gloves and safety glasses or sunglasses (extras will be available if needed);
- Water and snacks to keep your energy up;
- Bug spray;
- Loppers if you have them (we have a limited supply and it is always helpful to have extras).
Sign up to volunteer!
RSVP required – if you would like to sign up to help, please contact Jared Urban to let him know you will be coming, and also mention if you are bringing loppers. He can also answer any questions you might have about the work, what to bring, etc. Note that this work day will go on unless there is pouring rain – please RSVP to receive any cancellation notices.
Volunteer Coordinator, State Natural Area Volunteer Program (DNR)(608) 228-4349
Thanks to our project partners for making this possible!
Director of Conservation Programs
Cait oversees the Foundation’s grant programs and initiatives for conservation and environmental education, ensuring that our investments are science-based, strategic, and impactful. Cait’s work encompasses conservation science and planning, partnership development and capacity building.