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Marek Presenting Two Lectures at WI ASLA Conference

Both Mike Marek and Ben Yahr will be presenting at this year’s Wisconsin Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (WI ASLA) conference, taking place February 24-25 at Union South at the UW-Madison, WI campus. Mike’s presentation, “Floating Islands: Surrogate Fish Habitat in the Milwaukee River Estuary”, will discuss Marek’s involvement in co-developing, installing and...
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GILS Floating Islands Receives Brookby Foundation Grant

Groundwork Milwaukee has been awarded a grant for $45,687 from The Brookby Foundation for the Gateway to Improved Long-Term Spawning (GILS) Floating Islands project. Groundwork Milwaukee and Marek Landscaping have worked together since 2013 to design, build, install and maintain four floating island installations in the Milwaukee River Estuary. This grant will fund public awareness and...
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Marek Presenting Menomonee Valley Project at Wisconsin Wetland Association Conference

Mike Marek will be giving a walk on “Wetland Restoration in Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley: Lessons Learned” at this year’s Wisconsin Wetland Association conference taking place February 23-25 in Green Bay. The presentation features the Menomonee Valley Industrial Center & Stormwater Infiltration Park as a case study for a comprehensive stormwater infiltration system in a large urban...
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Love Your Great Lakes!

Marek is thrilled to be a part of the Fund for Lake Michigan’s Love Your Great Lakes event this year! All exhibitors will have an interactive display demonstrating how we can show some love to the Great Lakes. Our exhibit will let you get your hands dirty…if you want to know more, come on down to...
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Tippecanoe Library Grand Opening

Marek Landscaping is proud to have been a member of the design team for the complete renovation of Tippecanoe Library on Milwaukee’s south side. Components of the new landscaping include a story garden, a community vegetable garden, a West Pocket park, a bus stop plaza, and stormwater features and terrace tree. The Library celebrated its...
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