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.


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Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams hosts WACF

Heather Harwood, executive director of WACF was given a tour today of the new Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams (LCLAS) facility by the Center director, Dr. Nate Bosch. Heather and Nate meet several times a year to share ideas and update each other on the activities of their organizations.


New WACF Water Study


WACF is undertaking a new and comprehensive wetland water quality study that will allow us to focus our resources on the most critical hot spots. Read more….


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.