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Our Mission

To form an alliance of concerned citizens, landowners, and public and private organizations to protect and improve the water quality and natural habitats in the Ulao Creek Watershed.
 
Who We Are

The Ulao Creek Partnership, formed in 1995, is a well-established and focused alliance of  concerned citizens, landowners, and public and private organizations dedicated to protecting and improving the water quality and natural habitats in the Ulao Creek Watershed of Ozaukee County.


Location

Ulao Creek begins at the Ulao Swamp just south of Port Washington, Wisconsin. It flows south through Grafton, Cedarburg, and Mequon; where it joins the Milwaukee River just north of Thiensville. The Ulao Swamp is a 490-acre wetland at the "heart" of the 16 square mile Ulao Creek Watershed. (Click image to enlarge)