Water Quality Educational Event May 18, 2023 6:00-7:30pm Fitchburg Public Library
Join the Resource Conservation Commission and special guests from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Department of Health Services on Thursday, May 18 to learn and talk about water quality. With increased recent coverage of the health impacts of long-lasting "forever chemicals" known by the acronym PFAS (per- and polyfluorinated substances), this is a great time to learn about water quality in general and what we can do to keep ourselves and our local water systems clean and safe. This event will start with overviews on our water systems and water quality, and then open up to general Q&A for attendees to get answers on their questions and concerns regarding the water that sustains us.
6/2/2022: Invasive Species In Your Backyard
Free educational event at McGaw Park Featuring invasive species expert Matt Wallrath from the Upper Sugar River Watershed Association, and Fitchburg Urban Forester and Naturalist Anna Healy
Learn how to identify and manage invasive species in your backyard.
Enjoy a short tour on how invasive plant species are being managed in the park.
Bring your own lawn chair and questions!
Come for an opportunity to win great giveaways.
Pizza provided by Ian's Pizza.
7/1/2021: Help Tree Diversity Flourish in Fitchburg
Free tree diversity event for the public at Quarry Hill Park Featuring tree expert Jay Weiss
-Learn why tree diversity is important to our community's landscape -Bring your own water bottle, lawn chair, and mask (if not vaccinated) -Enjoy a short tour of the park's trees to brush up on your tree knowledge -Bring questions and tree diversity ideas -Come for an opportunity to win great giveaways from Fitchburg Farms, K&A Greenhouse, Home Depot, and Jung Garden Center