Sun lights up the fall colors in the forest with a small lake surrounded by wetlands in the foreground
LuLu Lake Preserve Created by glaciers, Lulu Lake and its watershed comprise one of Wisconsin's highest quality natural areas. © Clint Farlinger

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A Virtual Tour of Lulu Lake Preserve

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The Jewel of the Mukwonago River Watershed

The Nature Conservancy is celebrating 60 years in Wisconsin in 2020, and we want to thank you! Together we’ve protected some very special places, from the hidden crags and hollows in the Baraboo Hills to the majestic old-growth forest still found at the Tenderfoot Forest Reserve in Wisconsin’s Northwoods.

As a small thank you for your commitment to protecting land and water in Wisconsin, we invite you to a virtual event that will celebrate and highlight conservation at Lulu Lake Preserve. We hope you will join fellow members, volunteers, staff and trustees for:

A Virtual Tour of Lulu Lake Preserve 
Friday, October 2, 2020 - Noon to 1:15 p.m.

At Lulu Lake in the Mukwonago River Watershed, we protected our first 80 acres in 1986, and have since protected a total of 1,051 acres. This 95-acre kettle lake and surrounding prairies, wetlands and oak woodlands comprise one of Wisconsin’s highest quality natural areas, complete with cool shade beneath mighty oaks, breezes through the spires of prairie grasses, and sparkling water.

During our virtual preserve tour, you will learn about the history of the lake and the watershed, explore its different habitats, hear how volunteers and interns help care for the land, see how your support makes a difference, and much more. A live Q&A will follow the presentations.

Please Register by October 1st to join the live Zoom webcast. We hope you will join us!

Virtual Event Details
We will host this event using Zoom videoconferencing. If you aren't already using Zoom, we recommend that you download the app and/or create a free account in advance, for ease of access. You can sign up for a free Zoom account here

A dial-in number to join the event by phone will also be provided for those without access to video conferencing equipment.