This year our calendar includes opportunities for not just the Mead, but for other statewide events that are occurring around the state. Please check out the attached websites and to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Get Outdoors! Nature Programs and Events Calendar page to learn more about these various opportunities going on through out Wisconsin.Download the Events Flyer
Enjoy a snowshoe hike around the Center led by Mead Staff. BYO Snowshoes or use ours. Chris Hamerla will give a talk about Purple Loosestrife Control @ Noon.
Hot cocoa and cookies after the hike and during the talk.
Ages 12 and up. Required by law for first time trappers, this course provides hands-on learning about humane and efficient manners of trapping. Learn to select, care for and set traps, prepare pelts. Co-sponsored with the Wisconsin Trappers Association. BYO lunch. Limit 25 people. Fee TBD. For more information-ww.dnr.wi.gov.
Come join the volunteers and Staff of the Mead for a day of fun with kids’ activities, tours, and more!
Chris Hamerla will give a talk on “Invasive Species” @ 11am-Noon
The Mead is also looking for volunteer help with our Greeter and Education programs. If interested in getting involved, please bring your calendar. If you cannot make the Open House, call and set up an appointment.
Come celebrate and the end of Earth Week by helping with our annual Spring clean-up day. We hope you will take advantage of this great opportunity to join us in the fun of enjoying nature and helping “spruce-up” the wildlife areas. Your efforts will be rewarded with a lunch!! @ the Mead Center. If you would like to help at the McMillan Marsh contact Kyle Christianson @ 715-457-6771 ext.3