Between 379 acres of prairies, forests, ponds, and Milwaukee River shoreline, The Riveredge School, field trips, summer camp, adult environmental education, dedicated volunteers, land restoration – we have a lot going on at Riveredge! Here are some of our recent headlines.

News from 2021

Get away from it all: Here are 9 Milwaukee-area nature centers and parks that offer respite, recreation and education | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel July 26, 2021

See the Sturgeon: The many ways to see, touch and appreciate sturgeon around the region | Great Lakes Now July 21, 2021

Return of Milwaukee River sturgeon a hopeful milestone | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel April 10, 2021

Sugar season: Maple syrup harvest is on at Riveredge | Fox 6 Milwaukee March 20, 2021

Spring weather means prime maple producing time | WISN 12 March 17, 2021

Maple syrup season underway at Riveredge Nature Center | WDJT CBS58 March 14, 2021

What It’s Like to Teach Second Grade in a Yurt | We Are Teachers February 12, 2021

Riveredge’s Frothy Forage beer event moves to autumn | February 2, 2021

5 ways to get outside and enjoy a fresh snowfall in southeast Wisconsin | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel January 26, 2021

Access No Issue For All Season Chairs | Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine January, 2021

News from 2020

Enjoying the great outdoors this winter | Daily News December, 29 2020

Outdoor Elementary In Ozaukee County | Wisconsin Public Radio September 23, 2020

Sahale Ale Works collaborates with Riveredge Nature Center on new sumac beer | OnMilwaukee September 15, 2020

Riveredge Nature Center hosting Wine Walks and outdoor small plates-beer dinners | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel September 11, 2020

Wisconsin’s Bluebird Comeback: Beautiful native bird is thriving with human help | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel June 25, 2020

Riveredge Nature Center has miles of trails to explore while social distancing | TMJ4 May 4, 2020

Riveredge Nature Center hosts virtual pancake breakfast to mark end of maple sugaring season | Fox 6 News April 4, 2020

Coronavirus has hit Milwaukee’s nonprofits hard as money and resources dry up. Here’s how they are fighting back. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel April 2, 2020

News from 2019

With the help of a borrowed all-terrain wheelchair, a Wisconsin man enjoys his dream hunt in Wyoming | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel October 19, 2019

Hazelnut beers and collaboration brews for good causes | OnMilwaukee October 10, 2019

These motorized outdoor wheelchairs can handle any terrain, are free to borrow and come with a trailer to haul them | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel September 24, 2019

Sturgeon Fest invites people to return ancient fish to Lake Michigan | OnMilwaukee September 24, 2019

A classroom as big as the outdoors | Ozaukee Press September 4, 2019

Free-to-borrow outdoor wheelchairs help folks take a new path | OnMilwaukee August 11, 2019

Mapping a future for sturgeon in the Milwaukee River | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel July 13, 2019

Endangered orchids get chance at new life at Riveredge Nature Center | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel May 22, 2019

Sturgeon spawning on the Milwaukee River could be just years away | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel April 25, 2019

Under wizard of seeds’ guidance, plants, trees and shrubs sprout and thrive at Riveredge Nature Center | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel March 5, 2019

Sunday Morning Spotlight: Riveredge Outdoor Learning Elementary School | CBS 58 Sunday Morning Spotlight February 24, 2019

Maple Sugar Season at Riveredge Nature Center | TMJ4 The Morning Blend February 17, 2019