WACF honored by WPOA

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Photo by Deb Patterson of the Mail Journal staff

WACF honored by WPOA 

At the recent Wawasee Property Owners Association meeting aboard the SS Lillypad, the WACF was awarded the annual WPOA Chief’s award.  The award reads: ‘It is with extreme appreciation that the WPOA conveys the Chief Award to:  WACF recognizing your unending generosity and dedication to making sure that Lake Wawasee continues to be the Premier Lake in all of Indiana.’The WPOA also presented the WACF with a $5,000 donation.  Heather Harwood (left, executive director of WACF) accepted the award presented by Kay Young (right, president of the WPOA).

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Earth Day 2017

The 2017 WACF Earth Day Festival was a huge success and everyone had a great time!

The Festival will return in 2018!

Read the article in the inkFreeNews…

MORE EARTH DAY PHOTOS….


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The WACF recently completed a transaction for a key piece of shoreline property on Gordy Lake. This lake is part of the 10-lakes/Turkey Creek chain that supplies an estimated 43% of the water to Lake Wawasee. Controlling and protecting these shorelines insures that the water flowing into Lake Wawasee remains clear and clean.


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This Fall the WACF decided to move forward on a much needed new drainage system for the WACF Thorpe Sediment Basin project near the middle school. The basin filters sediment that would otherwise drain into Lake Wawasee. The new system will allow much better drainage when a significant rain event occurs. View complete info on the new design…


Starry Stonewort Update

Comprehensive Starry Stonewort Overview and what is being done to combat the problem invasive plant. This excellent report was prepared for the WACF Ecology Committee by committee member Jerry Riffle.


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