River Country Land and Water: A Series of Fortunate Events

The following events are for all who are interested in finding friendship, enjoyment and new ways to ensure the land and waters of River Country remain clean and beautiful.

Global Youth Service Day 

Saturday,  April 22, 9 am-1 pm

Join Newaygo County Parks to plant trees at Sandy Beach Park (North of
Hardy Dam just off Elm Street) 6926 30th St., White Cloud. Meet at the
Pavilion. Register by contacting Wendy at wendys@nullco.newaygo.mi.us.

Karner Blue Butterfly Hike

Sunday, May 28, 2 pm

Witness these endangered butterflies in their natural environment.
Prepare for easy to moderate hiking. Long pants & high top boots
recommended. Meet at Michigan Nature Association Sanctuary corner of
Croton Dr. and Spruce Ave. Rain date is May 30, 2 pm. Contact Randy
at: nipp.edrr@nullgmail.com for information.

Native Plant Workshop and Sale

Friday, June 9, 1-6 pm

Native plant workshop will be held from 1-3pm in Kropscott classroom
(white building), then, purchase native plants from 3-6 pm at the
Kropscott Environmental Center, 6523 West Baseline Rd., Fremont. Call
the Newaygo Conservation District at 231-225-3072 for pre-orders and
information.

Native Plant Sale

Friday, June 9, 3–6 pm

Join the Soil Conservation District for their annual native plant sale at
Kropscott Farm Environmental Center, 6523 W. Baseline Rd. Fremont,
MI. Contact Rosa for information at 231-225-3072. A great way to go
native!

Fun Paddle

Saturday, June 10

Join the Muskegon River Watershed Assembly for a fun paddle on the
river. Contact Pat at 231-591-2334 to register.

 

Invasive Species Update – brown bag lunch

Monday, June 19,  11am 

Learn about aquatic invasive species and how you can help prevent their
spread in Newaygo County lakes. Contact Randy at
nipp.edrr@nullgmail.com for information.

 

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