Spring 2019 Membership Meeting

Restoring the river of pike

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

The Pike River flows through urban, suburban and rural landscapes and has an interesting story to tell. While the watershed was the first watershed in Wisconsin to receive an DNR/EPA-approved 9-Key Element Watershed Restoration Plan, work had already begun on 7 miles of stream corridor in Mount Pleasant.

Now, the local communities are working to balance the “Wisconn Valley” development, the largest foreign investment in U.S. history, while protecting past, present and future environmental investments. Learn from the stakeholders who have found — and continue to find — the “win-win” resiliency while networking with other practitioners along the way.

Cost: $20 includes lunch, transportation and host facilities
Registration Deadline: May 10, 2019
Meeting Date: May 14th, 2019
Time: Registration @ 8:30am. Presentations @ 9:00am
Starting Location: Mount Pleasant Village Hall
8811 Campus Drive, Mt. Pleasant, WI

Wear boots as it might be muddy in some areas!

  • 8:30am Registration - Mount Pleasant Village Hall (8811 Campus Drive, Mt. Pleasant, WI)

  • 9:00am Project Presentations

  • 11:30am Lunch

  • 12:30pm Project Tours

  • 3:30pm Fun and Froth at Petrifying Springs Biergarten

  • 5:00pm Bus Leaves to Go Back to the Mount Pleasant Village Hall


Spring 2019 Membership Meeting

“Restoring the River of Pike”

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019
8811 Campus Drive, Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin

Please mark your calendars and join us to learn more about past, current, and future watershed events and projects located in Southeastern Wisconsin.

Access the meeting agenda HERE.

For more information, please contact:

Jim Kettler

Fall 2018 Membership Meeting

Water Innovation: Bridging Gaps, Creating Opportunities

Thursday, October 25, 2018

8:30am (registration & coffee social)
9:00am - 3:30pm Program

Initial Meetup Location
Global Water Center
247 Freshwater Way
Milwaukee, WI

The active participation and cooperation of business, government, and civil society are all critical for ensuring better management and allocation of our shared water resources. It will take a coordinated effort among scientists and inventors, public utilities, regulatory agencies, nonprofit organizations, and rural and urban residents to solve water quality issues in our region.

Join fellow LMS members in Milwaukee and meet with local entrepreneurs and researchers who are working on solutions to our local and regional water issues. The event is sponsored by our friends at raSmith, with support from: Stormwater Solutions Engineering, LLC and Southeastern Wisconsin Watersheds Trust, Inc. Morning sessions will take place at the Global Water Center, with lunch and afternoon sessions to follow at the UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences. Tours of both facilities will be part of the meeting.

Cost: $20
(includes lunch and all materials)
Please Register by October 18, 2018



Themes include:
Dealing with Legacy Phosphorus Issues
Creating and Maintaining Healthy Beaches
Using Green Infrastructure in Urban and Suburban Settings
Using GIS, LIDAR and Other Technology Tools
Managing Around Rain Events in Agricultural Landscapes



Morning:                  Global Water Center, 247 Freshwater Way, Milwaukee, WI  53204
          8:30am - 9:00am           Registration;  Coffee, Light Breakfast & Networking
          9:00am - 9:45am           Tour of the Global Water Center
          10:00am - 11:45am       “Shared Challenges & Opportunities”
                           Interactive Session with Water Council members and entrepreneurs in the Auditorium                                      11:45am                  Relocate to the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences;   600 E. Greenfield Avenue, Milwaukee, WI  53204                         Noon - 12:45pm           Lunch in Room 3080                                                                                                                                             1:00pm - 2:30pm          “Making Connections between Research & Practice”
                            Interactive session between Water Council members and Faculty Researchers in Room 3080
         2:30pm - 3:30pm          Tour of School of Freshwater Sciences