May Green Drinks
Waukesha Green Drinks: The Ice Age Trail - a 12,000 year old story in the making
By: Ken Neitzke

Check in and socializing begins at 6:00, short program at 6:30
Good Harvest Market Cafe
2205 Silvernail Road, Pewaukee, WI 53072

The Ice Age National Scenic Trail is a thousand-mile footpath through Wisconsin that highlights a variety of unique landscape features as it travels through some of the state’s most beautiful natural areas. Behind the scenes, a vibrant community of volunteers work to build and maintain the Trail, making it one of the country’s best hiking experiences for over 1 million annual visitors.


Ken Neitzke is the past Volunteer Chapter Chairperson of the Waukesha/Milwaukee County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance and is currently on the Strategic Planning committee for the Ice Age Trail Alliance and the Governor appointee to the Governor’s State Trails Council. During Ken’s 31 years as a Senior Ice Age Trail volunteer, he’s been honored with numerous prestigious awards, including The Spirit Stick, the Dept. of Interior’s Volunteer Service Award and the American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day Volunteer of the Year Award for the State of Wisconsin.


Agenda: 6:00-7:30pm
6:00 Meet and Socialize
6:20 Intros
6:30 Brief Presentation on a sustainability related topic
6:50 Q&A and Socialize

Hosted by: Waukesha County Green Team

Cost: Free! (Optional freewill donation taken at the door)

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