Wangard Partners, Inc. is celebrating Earth Day by hosting and participating in a neighborhood and trail clean up. Wangard Partners is working to improve the landscape of Southeast Wisconsin, not only by developing high-quality, unique properties, but by creating opportunities for job growth to build a stronger economy.

It’s an interrelated operation that enriches the quality of life and creates pride in the local communities. The Earth Day clean up event is just one of the ways to get involved with their mission.

About the Event

Employees of Wangard Partners, Inc. will be conducting a clean-up of neighborhoods and public recreational trails. The largest group of employees will be cleaning up the Oak Leaf Trail, Milwaukee County’s premier recreational path, starting near its corporate offices. The event will take place at 2:00 p.m. at various locations in Southeastern Wisconsin. In addition, Wangard employees will be participating in clean-up efforts at other public places, including:

  • Oak Leaf Trail- 1200 N. Mayfair Road Suit. 310 Milwaukee, WI 53226
  • Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin: Pike River Parkway, in partnership with the Root-Pike Watershed Initiative Network
  • Cottage Grove, Wisconsin: Drumline Trail (starting at 9 AM at 218 S. Main Street)
  • Walker’s Point in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: starting at 1320 S. 2nd Street

Earth Day Events

That’s not the only Earth Day event happening locally. Katie Knoff from the Racine County Eye rounded up activities and events that are happening in a a couple posts below.

Learn more about Earth Day; 2021 local events
Kayak and Canoe Rentals Available at River Bend Nature Center

Stay connected with your community after Earth Day

Another way to celebrate Earth day is by getting outside and enjoying what our planet has to offer. This is something that can be done not only on Earth day, but everyday. In a post here, read about water recreation activities that you can do in the Racine County area.

Check out our events page and posts about upcoming spring and summer events. Contact Emma Widmar (ewidmar@racinecountyeye.com) for more information or with any comments/concerns.

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