Saturday, July 27, 2013

How To Save A Local Bayview Wetland Remnant

Writer and photographer Eddee Daniel has the prescription:

How important are a meager six acres of wetland surrounded by industrial and commercial developments just off the Kinnickinnic River near the port of Milwaukee? As the last remaining wetland in an estuary where wild rice marshes once covered the entire confluence of Milwaukee's three rivers and several miles into the Menomonee Valley, I believe they are important enough to save and protect...

...there is an opportunity to make your voice heard on this issue at an upcoming public hearing. Here are the details:
Public Open House
re: Bay View Wetland restoration and sustainable development project.
Location, time date and place: 
Thursday August 1, 2013
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Presentation at 5:00 p.m
Port of Milwaukee, 2323 S. Lincoln Memorial Drive
(alongside the CARFERRY ROAD northbound ramp to the Hoan Bridge.)
You can see an aerial view of the Grand Trunk site by clicking here.

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