Yearly Archives: 2011

Fall 2011 Newsletter

Fall Newsletter FINAL 2011

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Village Lake Tributary Stream Stabilization As-Built Engineering Design Report

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Oakwood Group Pier Application

Oakwood Group Pier Application for 248 boat slips by Buckingham Co.

WACF’s primary concern is water quality and the ecological issues affecting Conklin Bay as a result of the installation of the group piers.  We have had numerous scientific studies of this area completed including Conklin Bay (Diagnostic Feasibility Study by Commonwealth Biomonitoring,

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WACF Education Center Enhanced Wetland

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Kayak Stroll

Kayak Stroll

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Annual Meeting Announcment

Dear Friends of WACF: Please join us for the….

WACF Annual Meeting
Saturday, August 20, 2011, 8-10am
WACF Education Center
11586 N. SR 13, Syracuse, IN

Continental Breakfast at 8am and Annual Update at 8:45am. Rod Edgell from the DNR Lake and River Enhancement is our guest speaker to discuss treatment and control of the invasive weed Starry Stonewort.

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Spring 2011 Newsletter

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FINAL Spring 2011 Newsletter

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Lakescaping for Wildlife and Water Quality Indiana Addendum Oct 2009

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Fall 2010 Newsletter

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FINAL Fall 2010 Newsletter

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Falltastic Trail Walk 2018

Falltastic Trail Walk 2017

Again this October 20 & 21, the WACF invites you to walk the trails at our beautiful Education Center (SR 13 one mile south of Syracuse).  More info here… 


 

Cattail Awards

Award Winner – Nancy Nelson

At the recent Lake Celebration and WACF Annual Meeting, two Cattail Awards were presented for outstanding environmental service in our watershed. This year the awards were presented to Nancy Nelson and Scott Fetters.


Anderson Farm Tour

We welcomed a special guest at the recent Ag Tour of Anderson Farms. Andrea Keller, the executive director of the Syracuse/Wawasee Chamber of Commerce brought State Representative Curt Nisly. Pictured is WACF executive director Heather Harwood discussing the importance of farming practices to the watershed with Representative Nisly.