Celebrate Earth Day’s 50th Birthday!

Let’s Celebrate Earth Day’s 50th Birthday . . .


We are happy to share these special Earth Day activities that you can enjoy anytime, but especially during this time of social distancing. As you stay safer at home, help heal our planet on this special Earth Day by engaging your family in the activities below. Enjoy a game of BINGO, a Scavenger Hunt, updating your landscape so it is more ecologically friendly, and a movie.


Click here for a printable version of the BINGO card.



Heading over to our Helen Rohner Children’s Fishing Park in Williams Bay? Try out our new scavenger hunt list and tag us with what you find! Get directions to the park on our website: www.genevalakeconservancy.org.


Help improve the ecological health of your yard and prepare for a Conservation@Home visit. For more information on our new program, click here.


Thinking about your landscape and wanting to make it more ecologically friendly? The Conservancy is offering 3 native plant kits, each having 5 plants. Click here to see the kits and order. Planting native species increases the diversity in your landscape, helps stormwater runoff and provides beautiful and interesting flowers.



Looking for a movie to enjoy on  Earth Day? The Aldo Leopold Foundation recently launched the first ever online streaming option of Green Fire. The film explores Aldo Leopold’s career and his enduring influence on the conservation movement. Click here to learn more about the film and watch the film.