Joined April 2008
Ezra Meyer is an integral part of Clean Wisconsin’s water team. He brings to bear his training in water policy and science and his long experience with watershed restoration, green stormwater infrastructure, environmental education, and collaboration.
Ezra supports both our water policy work at the state level and our education and awareness-building efforts and local policy work in the Great Lakes Basin portion of Wisconsin.
Prior to joining Clean Wisconsin, Ezra served as education specialist at Wisconsin Association of Lakes for four years. For over twenty years, he has served on the board of directors of the Friends of the Mukwonago River, a nonprofit watershed advocacy organization he co-founded in southeastern Wisconsin. Since 2010, Ezra has served as an appointed Commissioner of the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District.
An avid outdoors person born and raised in Wisconsin, Ezra studied economics and environmental studies at UW-Madison and returned to the UW for double master’s degrees in urban and regional planning and water resources management.
Favorite things to do outdoors in Wisconsin: Anything involving water (paddling, swimming, sailing) or snow (skiing: downhill and cross country, snowshoeing), and camping.