Did You Know?

Kishwauketoe is a place to enjoy, visit, and volunteer.  After all, being the largest watershed on Geneva Lake, it is very hard to see so many natural environments in one place.  In fact, today Kishwauketoe represents a rare and evolving lakeside ecological area open 365 days a year.

However, Kishwauketoe is also a wonderful place to learn.  In fact, check out some of the articles written about what you can observe at Kishwauketoe:

 

 

 

The Colors of Autumn

With the yearly color change, it is important to understand why trees go through this process.  Throughout the summer months, when trees are actively growing…

Garlic Mustard - #1 Target Weed Menace

Garlic Mustard is a swift-spreading invasive weed that thrives in and along woodloands.  IN a matter of several years, garlic mustard can crowd…

Is Conservancy Significant?

The Kishwauketoe wetland in Williams Bay plays an important ecological, environmental, and social role.  It moderates flood flow…

An Oak Opening

If you walk the trail, from west to east, past Kishwauketoe’s open prairie on your right and the barrow pond on your left…