• Take a Natural History Workshop at the Saukville Field Station this Summer
    Our workshops offer college-level instruction on 9 different natural history topics in a beautiful setting. Enrollment is limited to 20 or less participants to keep the atmosphere informal and personal.  The workshops are in-person and include time in the field. An overview of the programs and links to registration can be found at: https://uwm.edu/field-station/workshops/
  • NS Workshops are Back in 2024!
    The Saukville Field Station will be holding 6 Natural Sciences Workshops in 2024 including perennial favorites such as Sedges: Identification and Ecology, Wetland Delineation, Bird Song, Bird Populations, and more. Check back in late January for more information.
  • Congratulations to the LRS 2023 Alumni!
    The Land Restoration School (LRS) has been in residence at the UWM Saukville Field Station at the Cedarburg Bog since June, and recently completed their final presentations. Their 12-week program is a collaborative learning and transformative, paid work experience, teaching the principles, practice and planning of ecological restoration for degraded lands — a total educational …
  • Artist-in-Residence at the Field Station
    The Field Station is hosting Jeffrey Kunkel as the first-ever Artist in Residence.
  • UWM scientists ranked in top 2% globally
    Three UWM scientists who have worked at the Field Station have been ranked in the top 2% of scientists globablly.
  • Peter Dunn named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
    Peter Dunn has been elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for his work on evolutionary ecology of birds, particularly in sexual selection, mate choice and climate change impacts.
  • Erica Young receives NSF award!
    Erica Young was awarded a National Science Foundation grant to continue her work with pitcher plants.