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Science for Everyone

Living with Nature & How to Deal with Pesky Critters
April 21, 7 pm at Riveredge Nature Center

Saukville and the surrounding area has an abundance of wildlife, including fox, coyote, deer, rabbits, and turkey, oftentimes in our back yard! Join Dianne Robinson, DNR Wildlife Specialist, as she discusses the benefits and detriments to living in close quarters with these wild critters. More information

Native Flowers: Their 2014 Blooming Times & Fauna They Attract
April 28, 7 pm at Lac Lawrann Conservancy

Gary Britton will show photos of flowers, birds and insects taken during 2014 in his prairie, woodland and rain gardens. Weekly data collected in 2014 depicting the blooming period of over 200 flora species will be shown. More information

 

Spring Programs

Come to the conservancy to enjoy the sights and sounds of spring. Sign up for a frog or bluebird walk, explore things that go bump in the night or take your little hikers to storytime. More information

 

March Happenings

Learn more about the events and programs happening at Lac Lawrann this month. March 16th Newsletter

Wildflower & Perennial Plant Sale

Mark your calendar! Our 28th Annual Wildflower and Perennial Plant Sale will be Saturday, May 9th from 9 am to 1 pm. Below are some of the plants featured at this year's sale. More information

 

Drought Tolerant Aster

Aster sericeus or Silky Aster grows well in a prairie planting but could be used in a rock garden. The flowers are a lovely violet-purple and the "silky" leaves have a silvery green appearance. 12” tall, full sun, blooms September - October, dry soil, even sand or gravel.

Silky Aster