Volunteers cleared piles of invasive species such as European Honeysuckle and Buckthorn.

The beautiful, warm weather has finally arrived in Southeastern Wisconsin and the Kleen Test Products (KTP) team is excited to get back outside while giving back to our community! This spring, KTP is proud to be a sponsor for the Treasures of Oz 10th Anniversary Eco Tour, which celebrates the natural gems of Ozaukee County with an infusion of art. This free event is on June 15, 2019 and features six tour sites.

Honorary KTP associate, Echo Esberg, uses her training to move rocks from an old foundation to upper trail sites in order to help rebuild washed out trails.

In preparation for the Eco Tour, KTP associates are volunteering their time at our host site, the Sauk Creek Nature Preserve. Ozaukee Washington Land Trust (OWLT) members briefed our volunteers on the scope of this summer’s projects, which include widening the main entrance, clearing invasive species and rebuilding the main trails that washed away during last year’s storms.

Projects such as these underscore KTP’s commitment to put sustainability into action in our products, our facilities and in the communities in which we live and operate.