Living Among Lakes
- Presented By: The 608 Virtual Community Rec Center
- Dates: 5/23/2021, 6/27/2021, 7/25/2021, 8/22/2021
- Location: Virtual Event
- Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
- Price: Free - Recommended $1-10 donation
In this interactive series, taught by Katie Richgels, we'll be discussing the basics of watershed ecology, how the Madison Metro area impacts our lake systems, and discuss some strategies for watershed residents to reduce their impacts and contribute to sustainability of our lakes for many generations to come. The series will be fairly introductory, so no previous knowledge about ecology is required, though advanced participants are encouraged to attend and share their knowledge and experiences with the community.
Together, let's challenge each other to change just one thing, because together we CAN have a positive impact on the issues affecting our watershed.
Living Among Lakes: Capturing storm water (Sunday February 28th)
Living Among Lakes: Gardening with natives (Sunday, March 28th)
Living Among Lakes: Reducing home nutrient use (Sunday, April 25th)
Living Among Lakes: Agricultural practices and policies for reducing run-off (Sunday, May 23rd)
Living Among Lakes: Restoring and managing lakeshores (Sunday, June 27th)
Living Among Lakes: Climate change (Sunday, July 25th)
Living Among Lakes: Invasive Species (Sunday, August 22nd)
Suggested donation for Clean Lakes Alliance, a non-profit that works with corporate, government, and university partners to improve the ecosystem services and sustainability of the Yahara watershed. Learn more at https://www.cleanlakesalliance.org/.