Why Education?

Bug Fest 2015

Bug Fest 2015

Because so many threats can be traced to human actions, education plays a significant role in improving and maintaining the future quality of our precious lakes. Education of watershed residents and lake users can have the most significant impact on the present and future water quality throughout the watershed – this education is a primary focus of WACF.

If you have any questions regarding the WACF Education programs, please e-mail Education@wacf.com.



Great American Eclipse Viewing Picnic

Arrive at the WACF Center on SR 13 on Monday, August 21 between 12:30 and 1:00 PM. Bring your own chair and lunch. WACF will supply NASA approved viewing glasses and water. The Sun and Moon are free. The eclipse will reach its peak at 2:22 PM. Come and go as you please.


2017 Cat Tail Awards

The WACF Cat Tail Awards for outstanding service to the watershed were presented at the WACF annual meeting on July 29, 2017 to Diana Castell, Betsy Roby and Kenny Bolles. Pictured are Joan Szynal (WACF Chairman), Diana Castell and Doug Yoder (Vice-chairman).


Between the Lakes Progress

Master PlanDan Ernst of Earth Source, Inc. Landscape Architects is working with WACF director Sam Leman to create a master plan for the WACF Between the Lakes property (across from the Channel Marker). At the WACF annual meeting on July 29, 2017, Mr. Ernst gave a short presentation previewing the plan.

Video taken by Deb Patterson of Ink Free News.