February 15,2011, 7:00 p.m. Cedarburg Cultural Center; free and open to the public.
As Ozaukee County currently refreshing its Comprehensive Plan, citizens have an opportunity to influence what they want their towns and neighborhoods to look like in the next 10-20 years. The DNR and Wisconsin Conservation Congress (WCC) liaison Kari Lee-Zimmerman will discuss her role and instruct on how taxpayers can protect local areas by making their voices heard through the governmental process.
Zimmerman works closely with the DNR and the WCC, the only advisory organization comprised of delegates elected by citizens to fight for state and local interests in natural resource conservation.
This program is sponsored by Riveredge Nature Center and the UWM Field Station. Lecture is free and open to the public; a $5 donation is suggested to aid in local conservation.