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.

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...This upcoming Thursday March 7th...

Greener Oconomowoc announces their Annual Meeting Thursday March 7th at Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital's Silver Lake Room in the Cafeteria Area. Registration begins at 5PM with a dinner at 5:30 PM (free will offering). Following dinner there will be an election of GO Officers. Janet Foust will be available to give a brief update about concerns with Ixonia's CAFO.

The evening's program is on Solar Panels. We will have three speakers to talk about incentive programs, local residential and business use of solar energy, types of panels and their uses, and monetary/environmental savings from solar energy.

This event is being held in conjunction with Greener Oconomowoc's Annual Membership Drive. Please renew your 2018 membership status by downloading and filling out the attached 2019 Membership Form. Additional Membership Forms will be available at the Annual Meeting.

We hope that you will plan to join us for this social and informative evening!
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...Tomorrow Evening...Thursday....Feb 21st...7pm...

Greener Oconomowoc will show the second half of "Decoding the Weather Machine" 7PM Thursday February 21st at Whelan's Coffee and Ice Cream (163 E. Wisconsin Ave, Oconomowoc).

The first half of this film explored weather changes recorded by our atmosphere, glaciers and oceans. Through collected data and samples, scientists found distinct patterns in our climate's history. The second half asks what is likely to happen with our weather and how can we best use our time, talent and resources to prepare. Public welcome.
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....Next Thursday....7pm...at Whelan's...Public Welcome

Greener Oconomowoc will show the second half of "Decoding the Weather Machine" 7PM Thursday February 21st at Whelan's Coffee and Ice Cream (163 E. Wisconsin Ave, Oconomowoc).

The first half of this film explored weather changes recorded by our atmosphere, glaciers and oceans. Through collected data and samples, scientists found distinct patterns in our climate's history. The second half asks what is likely to happen with our weather and how can we best use our time, talent and resources to prepare.
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...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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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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