WHY: To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the very first earthcache (see the Related Web Page link just above the posted coordinates).
WHEN: Friday January 10 starting at 5:30PM
WHERE: The Menomonee Valley branch of the Urban Ecology Center located at 3700 West Pierce Street. Parking on the streets.
WHO: Scott Schaefer, Associate Lecturer from the UW-Milwaukee Department of Geosciences.
WHAT: "Fire, Water, and Ice: Dig Into Wisconsin’s Geological Past" paints a picture of three major geological phases that are responsible for forming the landscapes we see in our beautiful state today. From its earliest history over two billion years ago to as recently as just ten thousand years ago, Wisconsin has undergone drastic physical transitions instigated by three every-day natural phenomena, fire, water and ice. Join us to learn where and when to see the true face of Wisconsin in its entire ancient, geological splendor.