protecting and caring for environmentally
significant land and water in Waukesha County for future generations
Our wildlife monitoring for bumble bees takes place during the summer months of June, July, and August. This training video will help you learn more about the process of monitoring for bumble bees on WCLC preserves. Click here to become a wildlife monitor today!
Whether you are volunteering on one of our preserves as a Land Steward or on your own property, join us to learn how to quickly identify, remove, and properly dispose of the invasive species, garlic mustard.
Mussel monitoring at our Nelsons Woods Preserve in partnership with Dr. Todd Levine from Carroll University.
Many years ago, the 52-acre Davis Preserve was drained to allow for farming. With an $886,000 grant contract from the Wisconsin DNR, WCLC is re-establishing the preserve to a high-functioning native wetland. Forestry mowing was completed in June 2019 to remove invasive species, and this video shows wetland scrapes being performed —moving soil to prepare to replant native wetland plant communities, which will be seeded.