Elm Grove Green Team

Mission: To advance environmental sustainability in the Elm Grove community.

Elm Grove Green Team

This is a group for Elm Grove residents who want to help our village become more sustainable! We meet regularly in the village and hope to gain more support and awareness. Feel free to invite any interested villagers to join!!

Elm Grove Green Team News

Join Us! Our next meeting is March 24th at 6:30 pm at the Brookfield Library or participate virtually via Zoom. Contact Deb Baesemann (debbaes@hotmail.com) for a zoom link. We’re working on supporting local composting initiatives in our community, supporting pollinators and other outreach activities. Bring your ideas and share with a great group! 
 
Join us for an Earth & Arbor Day Event, April 24th at Elm Grove Park!
It’ll be fun for the whole family, with tree climbing, geo-caching, a garlic mustard pull and more - stay tuned for more information.
 
The Great Backyard Bird Count Events
at Elm Grove Park on Feb. 12 - 15th were cold but informative! Thank you to all who participated! 

 

Compost pick up service remains in full swing and folks can still sign up through Waste Not, LLC: https://www.wastenotcompost.org/sign-up-for-service.html

 If you decide to sign up, after you get your welcome email, mention that you are part of the Elm Grove Green Team and you will receive a 50 cent discount:

 

Check out our Elm Grove Green Team Facebook Group

Looking for more info?

Email Deb at info@waukeshacountygreenteam.org

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The Waukesha County Green Team is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to promote environmental and economic sustainability in Waukesha County communities through education, communication, and local action. We are guided by The Natural Step Framework. We sponsor educational forums, networking events, and projects to conserve Waukesha County resources and to build a sustainable future – one community at a time.