Retzer Nature Center discusses $25K grant from Kohl's Hometown Giving Program
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WAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Kohl's announced in January that they planned to donate more than $500,000 to more than 20 nonprofits serving families in Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties through the Kohl’s Hometown Giving Program.
One of the recipients is Waukesha County's Retzer Nature Center, which received $25,000 to help revitalize and expand accessibility of their paved trail, add a gateway feature, exploration stations, natural stone seating, native paintings, sensory-based play experiences, STEM activities, a Wing Span Station, Spider Web Station and more.
To discuss the gift more, we were joined by Waukesha County executive Paul Farrow and Larry Kascht, President of Retzer Nature Center on Wednesday, Feb. 8.
More information about the Retzer Nature Center can be found by clicking here.