A Fall Packed with Faith, Stewardship and Fun


This Fall has presented countless opportunities to connect with nature, grow in faith, and care for our common home. Over 300 people, ranging in age from 3 years old to 80 years old, took part in Laudato Si’ Project events this Fall! These included educational programs, retreats, recreational outings, and stewardship projects.


Programs with Saint John Vianney 7th and 8th grade, Woodside Elementary, Families at Schoofs Preserve, St. Gabriel Flea Market and Schoenstatt Families

Laudato Si’ Project was also honored to have executive director Joe Meyer awarded File_006Ozaukeee Washington Land Trust’s Michael Frome Education and Outreach Award.



Programs with Cristo Rey High School, Woodside Elementary, Ozaukee Washington Land Trust, Casa Romero Center, Marquette High School and other hard working volunteers.

Recreation: Nothing beats time spent in nature. Student groups find that hiking and exploring in our natural world is truly Re-Creational.