Oconomowoc's Ash trees need your help!

Greener Oconomowoc has set up a fund to save our trees

Ash trees are about to die if we do not protect them against the Emerald Ash Borer infestation.
Help make sure that the City of Oconomowoc keeps our trees.  Make your voice heard by calling Brian Spencer or John Kelliher with the City Forestry Department to voice your concern.
Please donate to help save our trees.

News & Events

...Tomorrow Evening...Thursday...January 17th...

Greener Oconomowoc's Coffee Conversations first event of 2019 Event is this Thursday, 7PM @ Whelan's Coffee and Cream in downtown Oconomowoc. Decoding the Weather Machine, the first of a two part series, is being presented. The evening will be spent finding out what scientists have discovered about our earth's climate. This documentary takes a journey to the polar regions, desert sands, earth's atmosphere and the ocean's depth to trace our past climate patterns and predict its future.
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....This Thursday...January 17th... Don't forget...

Greener Oconomowoc's Coffee Conversations first event of 2019 Event is this Thursday, 7PM @ Whelan's Coffee and Cream in downtown Oconomowoc. Decoding the Weather Machine, the first of a two part series, is being presented. The evening will be spent finding out what scientists have discovered about our earth's climate. This documentary takes a journey to the polar regions, desert sands, earth's atmosphere and the ocean's depth to trace our past climate patterns and predict its future.
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...Save this Date...Thurs Jan 17th....

The next GO coffee conversation will be held at Whalen's Coffee & Ice Cream shop on Thursday, Jan 17th at 7pm. Details will be posted when they become available.
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Santa Claus will be making an appearance at this weeks Farmer's Market (December 9th)....he should arrive around 10:00am! Kids of all ages are invited! There may be surprises!
The Oconomowoc National Honor Society will also be continuing their fund raising event for Adriana's Leukemia Fund. Please join us in support of Adriana!
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Community Gardens

Why Garden?

The garden is a place where people can enjoy being outdoors, whether working alone or bonding as a family.  It is a place where people can grow tasty, nutritious pesticide-free food.  People can feel a sense of accomplishment at the garden as they become better at growing plants of their choices, as well as a feeling of independence and empowerment in knowing they can provide for their own basic needs in a sustainable manner.

We are happy to announce that Greener Oconomowoc’s Worthington Street Community Garden has been open since May 31, 2011! 

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