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MMSD Spring Rain Garden Plant Sale is now OPEN! Help protect Lake Michigan by ordering rain garden plants. Plant supplies are limited; once plants SELL OUT, the SALE WILL CLOSE! Order your rain garden plants today.
Join the City of Milwaukee and partners for a town hall discussion on March 11 at Sherman Phoenix (3536 W Fon Du Lac Ave) or March 12 at Mitchell St Library (906 W Historic Mitchell St) from 5-7 PM. Learn about the grant's work and share your thoughts on where the work should occur.
In this virtual webinar, Gardening Expert Melinda Myers will cover a variety of native rain garden plants from short to tall, those for the sun, a few for the shade, and a few non-native plants you may want to include. She will help you plan for color and interest throughout the year as well as suggest plants that will attract pollinators and support songbirds.
Since 1994, MMSD has captured and cleaned 98.6% of all the water that has entered the regional sewer system.
How is wastewater cleaned?
We need your help caring for our rivers and Lake Michigan by managing water where it falls and reducing water pollution.
Drop off your household hazardous waste at one of our permanent or mobile collection locations. Help keep our land and water clean and safe.
Help keep your basement dry and learn what you can do to manage rainwater where it falls on your property.
Learn a few ways you can help keep our water clean and flowing, protect our drinking water, and help reduce the risk of sewer water backing up into your basement or overflowing into our waterways.
Learn about local flood management projects and how you can get involved in your community.
Visit the Milorganite website for lawn and gardening tips.
Learn how to become a Fresh Coast Guardian, help protect Lake Michigan, and sign up to receive the Fresh Coast newsletter.