12, 10:00am: Wild flower walk with Jan Koel.
Meet at Mill St. entrance View Poster HERE
June 9, 9:00am: Annual
meeting. Public House at Old Falls Village. See news letter for more
infomation. View Poster HERE
Monthly Meetings on the 2nd
Thursday of the month, 10:00am, Public House at Old Falls Village To
send a tax-deductible Credit Card gift fo help Lime Kiln park, Click
information, call: David Voelz at (262)
our Spring, 2012 newsletter
WE need new board members. Call (262) 853-1835! Lime
Kiln Park Power Point Presentation: CLICK
HERE then click on screen to view all pages.
Natural Area is located along the Menomonee River adjacent to the downtown
Village Centre, and is approximately 16.5 acres in size.
The park derives its name
from two historic lime kilns located within the park, which along with
the quarry, date from the 1840's and are in the National Register of Historic
our video and enjoy a stroll through the park, April, 2012!
This downtown wildlife sanctuary
is called Lime Kiln Natural Area: a habitat for birds, flora, fauna, and
a place to contemplate near the waterfall. Lime Kiln Natural Area is a
diverse natural area with a cattail marsh, fresh (wet) meadow, forested
drainage, hardwood deciduous forest and the Menomonee River corridor.
About 9.5 acres of the lands along the river gorge are embedded with fossils
that date from the Silurian Era, 450 million years ago. These acres have
been designated a geological area of state wide significance. (GA-I)