A day to learn about the history and health of the river in Saukville

The Saukville Historical Society, Crossroads Rendezvous and Riveredge Nature Center’s Community Rivers Program recently teamed up to highlight the history of the Milwaukee River and its impact on Saukville as well as the ecology of the river during River History Day last month at the Historical Society. Dressed in fur trader gear, Randy Miller was on hand to play music for children (above). Patricia Scuglik, Community Rivers Program watershed education manager and program coordinator, had some “wacky water critters” for children to study (above right). Brendan Boyle hauled out the Historical Society’s 1912 pumper for the event (right).           Phots by Sam Arendt



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