Help remove burdock in the park. Meet in the parking lot.
Saturday, August 11th
9:00 – Noon
Next time you are in the park, look for new educational signs that highlight out work to remove invasive plants and plant natives for the benefit of birds and pollinators.
Thanks to the core team for seeing this project through. Read more about the Native Plant Initiative.
Milwaukee County Park’s Traveling Beer Garden and Sprecher Brewery are bringing the food and beer, you need to bring your beach chair, blanket and flashlight and come to Doctor’s Park for a Hawaiian Luau July 25th, 6:00 pm.
While you are there, take a minute to look at the Tietjen Beach House and consider what this wonderful structure can be in the future. Look for information coming soon about how you can help repurpose this wonderful building.
Join us Saturday, April 28 to remove garlic mustard and arctic scilla. By then the weather has to turn warm. Why not enjoy it and help remove invasive plants in the park. When it finally warms invasives take off.
Other efforts will be to clean up debris in the park and on the beach. It is time to shake off winter and get the park ready to go.
April 28, 9 am to Noon
Meet in the parking lot.
Wear work gloves, good shoes to muck about if it is muddy and best to have long sleeves.
Join us for any or all of the 2018 weed-outs. Dress appropriately and bring work gloves and eye protection for working on buckthorn.
Saturdays. 9:00 am to Noon. Meet in the parking lot.
April 28 – Garlic Mustard and Arctic Scilla
August 11 – Burdock
October 13 – Buckthorn
We have been active for just over five years. In that time, we have made many improvements in the park, large and small. As you think about your year-end charitable gifts, please consider a gift to Doctors Park Friends. Your financial support makes things happen. Things like:
This year the Parks dept. built only four new restrooms/pavilions. An active and supportive friends group for Doctors was instrumental in securing one.
Your gift will help support continued efforts like these and a few more ambitious plans. We want to bring new life to the Beach House as an open-air pavilion, and work toward repair of large sections of both the Central staircase and South Ravine staircase down the bluff to the lake. These projects will require larger fundraising efforts to complete. Your contribution today helps to fund preliminary work such as engineering studies.
How to give:
The Park People is our fiscal agent. Make your check payable to The Park People and mail it to:
Doctors Park Friends
8305 N. Allen Lane
Fox Point, WI 53217