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May 2, 2019 Annual Lake Leaders Gathering
May 9, 2019Healthy Shoreline Initiative Workshop
May 14-15, 2019Winona Shoreline Volunteer Planting days

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May 16, 2019Winona Shoreline Volunteer Planting (make up/rain date)
May 25, 2019Rain Barrel Workshop at Lakes Festival
June 20, 2019Hoosier Riverwatch Training
Sept. 18, 2019Snapshot Monitoring Day

 

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This morning started with a semi-truck load of mulch delivered in the pouring rain. A small team of volunteers worked tremendously hard to finish the healthy shoreline project. We are exhausted, but proud of the result! And so glad the sun came out! The last step will be placement of goose netting around the new plants to protect them for a few months. Hope you like it, too!
This morning started with a semi-truck load of mulch delivered in the pouring rain. A small team of volunteers worked tremendously hard to finish the healthy shoreline project. We are exhausted, but proud of the result! And so glad the sun came out! The last step will be placement of goose netting around the new plants to protect them for a few months. Hope you like it, too!
This morning started with a semi-truck load of mulch delivered in the pouring rain. A small team of volunteers worked tremendously hard to finish the healthy shoreline project. We are exhausted, but proud of the result! And so glad the sun came out! The last step will be placement of goose netting around the new plants to protect them for a few months. Hope you like it, too!
This is about 1/5 of what was spread in the new native planting areas.
This morning started with a semi-truck load of mulch delivered in the pouring rain. A small team of volunteers worked tremendously hard to finish the healthy shoreline project. We are exhausted, but proud of the result! And so glad the sun came out! The last step will be placement of goose netting around the new plants to protect them for a few months. Hope you like it, too!
This morning started with a semi-truck load of mulch delivered in the pouring rain. A small team of volunteers worked tremendously hard to finish the healthy shoreline project. We are exhausted, but proud of the result! And so glad the sun came out! The last step will be placement of goose netting around the new plants to protect them for a few months. Hope you like it, too!
This morning started with a semi-truck load of mulch delivered in the pouring rain. A small team of volunteers worked tremendously hard to finish the healthy shoreline project. We are exhausted, but proud of the result! And so glad the sun came out! The last step will be placement of goose netting around the new plants to protect them for a few months. Hope you like it, too!
This morning started with a semi-truck load of mulch delivered in the pouring rain. A small team of volunteers worked tremendously hard to finish the healthy shoreline project. We are exhausted, but proud of the result! And so glad the sun came out! The last step will be placement of goose netting around the new plants to protect them for a few months. Hope you like it, too!
All board members received a native plant to take home. TWF's roots were planted 21 years ago, we need to continue to nurture and sustain this organization for the benefit of clean lakes!
TWF’s dedicated and passionate board of directors held a two-day retreat with the goals of inspiration, camaraderie, and taking action for our lakes. In addition to fun “get to know you” activities, we had fundraising training, developed goals and plans for 2019-2020, and boarded a bus to learn and see first-hand about our most important work – stopping pollution at its source!
TWF’s dedicated and passionate board of directors held a two-day retreat with the goals of inspiration, camaraderie, and taking action for our lakes. In addition to fun “get to know you” activities, we had fundraising training, developed goals and plans for 2019-2020, and boarded a bus to learn and see first-hand about our most important work – stopping pollution at its source!
TWF’s dedicated and passionate board of directors held a two-day retreat with the goals of inspiration, camaraderie, and taking action for our lakes. In addition to fun “get to know you” activities, we had fundraising training, developed goals and plans for 2019-2020, and boarded a bus to learn and see first-hand about our most important work – stopping pollution at its source!
TWF’s dedicated and passionate board of directors held a two-day retreat with the goals of inspiration, camaraderie, and taking action for our lakes. In addition to fun “get to know you” activities, we had fundraising training, developed goals and plans for 2019-2020, and boarded a bus to learn and see first-hand about our most important work – stopping pollution at its source!
TWF’s dedicated and passionate board of directors held a two-day retreat with the goals of inspiration, camaraderie, and taking action for our lakes. In addition to fun “get to know you” activities, we had fundraising training, developed goals and plans for 2019-2020, and boarded a bus to learn and see first-hand about our most important work – stopping pollution at its source!
TWF’s dedicated and passionate board of directors held a two-day retreat with the goals of inspiration, camaraderie, and taking action for our lakes. In addition to fun “get to know you” activities, we had fundraising training, developed goals and plans for 2019-2020, and boarded a bus to learn and see first-hand about our most important work – stopping pollution at its source!
TWF Board President Natalie Fierek and Lyn Crighton were joined by special TWF supporters at the Kosciusko County Community Foundation's Power of the Purse luncheon where speakers shared stories of women making a difference in our community.
TWF Board President Natalie Fierek and Lyn Crighton were joined by special TWF supporters at the Kosciusko County Community Foundation's Power of the Purse luncheon where speakers shared stories of women making a difference in our community.
TWF Executive Director Lyn Crighton and Watershed Conservationist Scott Zeigler gave presentations in the upper watershed about the types of agricultural solutions we work with farmers to implement, as well as how volunteers can monitor local water quality through Hoosier Riverwatch and Snapshot Water Monitoring Day.
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