Friends of Vernon Marsh

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

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Friends of Vernon Marsh 2018 Events Announcement

Posted by Friends Of Vernon Marsh on April 5, 2018 at 8:40 AM Comments comments (0)

We are pleased to announce this summer's Friends of Vernon Marsh Summer Events calendar! Open the attachment and take a look. There's bound to be at least one event that interests you!

This is the summer you've been waiting for. Maybe it's your summer to get more exercise. Maybe you'd like to get out this summer and enjoy the natural world around you. Or, maybe its just getting out of the house with friends and family. No matter what the reason...this is your summer! Get out and enjoy it!

It's time to get Into the Vernon Marsh!

Let us know if you have any questions at 414-507-8358.

Board of Directors

Friends of Vernon Marsh

Spring is just around the corner

Posted by Friends Of Vernon Marsh on March 5, 2018 at 6:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Well, Spring is just around the corner. Although, it doesn't quite feel like it today with blustery winds and temperature lingering in the low 30's. But it is coming so now's the time to start planning. Here are May hikes led by our favorite, Dianne Robinson, Wildlife Educator with the DNR. Diane is great and if you haven't joined her on a hike, this is your opportunity...four opportunities actually. Please see the attached posters for more information. Not all of these hikes are taking place in the Vernon Marsh, but they are all in amazing places.

Don't miss this opportunity to get your summer started right!

May Hike Dates: May 8, May 11, May 19, and May 23.


Allen Stasiewski

Friends of Vernon Marsh


  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!   
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Mission Statement

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.

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