Friends of Vernon Marsh

Vernon Marsh, Waukesha County, WI | est. 2008 ~ Education | Preservation | Restoration

 Call this number if you notice game violations in the
Vernon Marsh Wildlife Area: 1-800-847-9367
The Warden for Vernon is Steve Sanidas Office  #414-263-8544

Making A Difference! 
See DNR Press Release on Friends of Vernon Marsh Assistance.

 The impact of High Capacity Wells.  Can this happen in Waukesha County?

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  Volunteer opportunity: Help us survey for rare plants around Wisconsin. More information HERE

 

Vernon Marsh 
Vernon Marsh is a unique ecosystem in Waukesha County consisting of approximately 5,000 acres of marshland, grassland, flowage, rivers, oak savanna, and lowland forest.  It supports abundant wildlife including songbirds, waterfowl, frogs, turtles, furbearers, deer, turkey, pheasants and sandhill cranes.  Within the Vernon Marsh, the Vernon Wildlife Area is available for hiking, hunting, bird watching, canoeing, trapping and fishing.

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 A River Runs Through It

The Fox River runs through Vernon Marsh, making the 
marsh a vital connection between the Fox River, Mukwonago River, Pebble Creek, and Mill Creek watersheds.
 
 Friends of Vernon Marsh
P.O. Box 1361
                            Waukesha, WI 53187-1361 
 

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  Important! One of the Friends of Vernon Marsh objectives is to protect the Vernon Marsh.  A 4 lane divided highway through the Pebble Creek Environmental Corridor north of the Marsh is a threat to our watershed, the Fox River and the Vernon Marsh!    more info    sign petition

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Vernon Marsh Gets Cleanup >


To restore native plant and wildlife, enhance the quality of visitor outdoor experiences. To educate the public on the important role Vernon Marsh plays in protecting, cleansing and recharging water resources, and the preservation of wildlife and open spaces.


2017 - 2019

Rachel Oemig Klein
Don Camplin
Allen Stasiewski

WDNR Representatives
Kelly VanBeek


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