Our Event Calendar
There’s always something to do in Green Lake! Whether you’re looking for a scenic bike trail or kayak launching point, these helpful maps highlight Green Lake’s favorite natural areas and the roads that will take you there!
Join the Green Lake Conservancy and fellow community members for an opportunity to improve and maintain the special and important natural places throughout the Green Lake area. More than just work, participants can expect a great time while connecting with others who care about the unique and natural places of Green Lake… and of course, there is always food, coffee, and sometimes cider!
Please check our Event Calendar regularly for the latest updates and upcoming events, or contact the Green Lake Association at (920) 294-6480 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Join the Green Team and area volunteers at Norwegian Bay Wetlands for a morning of manually removing invasive buckthorn from this special Conservancy property. More than just work, participants can expect a great time while connecting with others who care about the unique and natural places of Green Lake… and of course, there is always food, coffee and sometimes cider!
The Norwegian Bay Wetlands are located on Bay Road near the western end of Green Lake and near Sugar Loaf (look for the Conservancy Sign at the 90* corner in Bay Road). You will see other cars parked along Bay Rd.
From State 23, Just west of the GL Conference Center turn south (no other choice) on T. Proceed a few miles and turn left on Sugar Loaf Rd. Then at the next left turn on to Bay Road.
From State 73, Turn east on T at Norton’s Dry Dock Marina. Then turn right (south) at the third opportunity on to Sugarloaf Rd. Then at the next left turn on to Bay Road.
What to Bring
Participants should wear appropriate attire for manual working, including gloves and boots, and protective eye wear if you have it. Tools are provided. Please check our Event Calendar regularly for the latest updates and upcoming events, or contact the Green Lake Association at (920) 294-6480 or email@example.com for more details.
It’s been a busy year at the GLA, and we are excited to tell you all about it! Join us for this opportunity to learn how the GLA is leveraging our financial resources and aligning strategic partnerships in this unprecedented organizational response aimed at improving water quality.
This is a chance for GLA members to meet staff, our Board of Directors and neighbors to learn more about our work and activities. We will briefly review our previous year’s financial records and vote for new board members. Afterwards, we will highlight major GLA priorities and initiatives.
Featured Speaker: Dan Swick, The Delta Institute
Join the Green Team for a look into the exciting world of beekeeping! Join Jesse Nodolf, local beekeeper, as he explains the complex life of honey bees, how they produce honey, and how that honey is harvested for us to enjoy!
In addition, participants will enjoy a tour of Tuleta Hill Prairie, a restored prairie that is now part of the Green Lake Conservancy! Learn how native prairie plants support healthy honey bees and how pesticides and the destruction of habitat are creating a global epidemic for bees.
Park along the roadside on Tuleta Hill Road.
This event is weather dependent. In the event that conditions are unsuitable for the event, the event will be rescheduled. Please visit our Event Calendar for the latest updates.
***NOTE THE TIME CHANGE. NEW TIME IS 7:30-9PM.***
Join the Green Team and Master Naturalist, Tom Wagner, as we explore the mysterious world of bats! Featuring a discussion from bat experts, participants will learn all about bats, and common misconceptions will be debunked. Afterwards, we’ll head outdoors to use special equipment that will track bats as they fly through the air!
The details of this event are still being determined, so stay up to date by checking out our Events Calendar.
This event will take place at the Green Lake Conference Center in the C. Oscar Johnson Hall located on Camp Road (Camp Rd runs between Log Cabin Rd and Cabin Rd). Click here for a Green Lake Conference Center Map
This event is weather dependent. In the event that conditions are unsuitable for the event, the event will be rescheduled.
Saturday, June 16 from 9 – 11 AM | Goose Blind Grill & Bar, 512 Gold Street, Green Lake
Summer in Green Lake is just unfolding, but the Green Lake Association is already busy implementing robust strategies on behalf of a cleaner Big Green.
The public is invited to attend the Green Lake Association’s annual meeting on Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 9-11 AM at the Goose Blind Grill & Bar, 512 Gold Street, Green Lake. This is an opportunity to celebrate and assess the previous year and to launch new programs and initiatives. Complimentary refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Find out how we plan to increase our lake management momentum this year!