Great Outdoors Programs


Formed in 1999 by Nancy Gloe and Ezra Meyer to mitigate some of the potential threats to the Mukwonago River watershed and its natural resources, primarily from development.  The Mukwonago River is home to over 50 different species of fish including 10 of Wisconsin’s 11 species of sunfish.  Only much larger river systems contain such a diversity of fish species.


They are a public, nonprofit organization focused on education, policy and research in sustainable agriculture located in East Troy.  Click here to visit their events calendar.

 Get outdoors!  Click here for a calendar of nature programs and events.

Wild Ones continues to lead the natural landscaping movement as we explore, teach, and change the practice of gardening in our communities and around the country to using native plants.



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