This message is to inform you that the final opportunity for public comment regarding the Master Plan is 11 a.m. on Friday, August 7th, 2015.
We ask for your valued input on this plan, which influences the land in your area.
You can submit comments or provide testimony on the master plan.
There are a number of key issues within the NKMR master plan, and specifically, we’d like to point you to three issues relevant to Cedarburg Bog State Natural Area (SNA):
1. Expansion of the project boundary
2. Development a boardwalk into Mud Lake
3. Regulation of boat storage at Mud Lake
Read more on our Blog.> Add a comment >
The Friends of the Cedarburg Bog (FOCB) is seeking a limited term Buckthorn Control Field Assistant to assist the Project Manager with executing the terms of a grant provided to the FOCB by the Environmental Protection Agency intended to clear a significant portion of the Cedarburg Bog of invasive Buckthorn.
The FOCB will consider applicant packages in July 2015 and plan to hire and orient the person selected to fill this position in August 2015. The primary responsibility of this position is to clear buckthorn from the property, under the supervision of the Project Manager.
Read more: Buckthorn_Assistant_Job_description.pdf> Add a comment >
Join us for these Friends-sponsored events this spring and summer.
To register, click on Events tab of this website and find your event on the Calendar of Events. Or you can send an email to or call 262-675-6844. Walks are free and are open to the public -- a $5 donation is appreciated.
April to July 2015 Events: Events-Spring_2015.pdf> Add a comment >
WUWM Host Tom Luljak talks with Jim Reinartz, the director of UWM's Field Station. They talk about "what may be UWM’s best kept secret. Several amazing outdoor research sites, including a huge Field Station located north of Cedarburg where UWM scientists conduct dozens of research projects and students spend thousands of hours in the field."Add a comment >