Pewaukee River Partners, Friends & Guests, As you may recall from previous emails the Partnership purchased the plants for our annual sale in early February. Since then we have had restrictions placed on how we would normally have held the sale. I have contacted the police department and we will be allowed to sell plants that have been ordered on our early order form. We will have preorders that have been submitted by the deadline available for pickup “carry out” style. There will be no plant stand for people to pick out plants and no sales unless I have received their preorder. We have also been asked to move to the parking lot at Koepp Park to make it easier to setup the drive through pickup. We have received permission for the use from the Park & Rec Department.
If you were planning on purchasing plants at the sale or know of people that might be interested you will have to use the early order form. If you need one, please email me and I will send one out. On the form if you control/click on the common name of the plant you will be taken to that specific plant on the Agrecol Website. There you will see a photo of the plant as well as information on size and sunlight/soil requirements. Please remember this form must be returned to me by April 17th.
Thank you for your support in this trying time, Charlie.
There will be an informational meeting on October 12th from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. at Delafield Town Hall, W302 N1254 Maple Avenue, Delafield, WI 53018 If the main parking lot fills up, there is additional parking by the skateboard park. The meeting is primarily for the residents of both Nemahbin Lakes, Pewaukee Lake, and Okauchee Lake, but all are welcome to attend. There will be a presentation about the ecology and identification of starry stonewart, as well as current control efforts, results, and what the next steps are in regards to the management of this species. The Town of Delafield has requested that in place of payment for the venue that all attendees bring an item to donate to the local food pantry. The following items are requested: canned soups, canned vegetables, canned meat, and canned fruit.
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