9th Annual Grand River Water Festival
Jun
23
12:00 PM12:00

9th Annual Grand River Water Festival

Mark your calendars for the 9th Annual Grand River Water Festival!

This amazing, water focused festival, features a number of local folk music artists, non-profit organizations, artists, speakers, an interactive kids tent, food truck vendors and more! This event is free to the public!

Among other non-profit organizations, LGROW will have a table this year focusing on the Grand River Water Trail and Grand River Rainscaping Program.

Volunteers are needed, if you or your organization are interested in volunteering at the festival click the SignUp button below. If you or your organization are interested in having a table or performing at the water festival visit www.GrandRiverWaterFestival.org 

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Project WET WORKSHOP
Jun
27
8:30 AM08:30

Project WET WORKSHOP

  • GVSU Annis Water Resources Institute (GVSU-AWRI) (map)
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Project WET WORKSHOP

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June 27, 2018

This is a great opportunity to get trained in Project WET (Water Education for Teachers), which is an option in the MAEOE environmental educator certification (EEC) program. 

Location: GVSU Annis Water Resources Institute (GVSU-AWRI)
740 W. Shoreline Drive, Muskegon, Michigan

Time: June 27, 2018    8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Cost: There is no cost and lunch is provided;
SCECHs available through the Muskegon Intermediate School District

The workshop is limited to 24 participants.

Registration: Please register online with the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District http://www.muskegonisd.org/development/

For more information:
Contact Janet Vail at vailj@gvsu.edu

Funding for this workshop provided by Consumers Energy Foundation

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
Aug
20
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
Sep
17
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
Oct
15
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
Nov
19
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
Jun
18
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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Kent Conservation District Bi-Annual Native Wildflower Sale
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Kent Conservation District Bi-Annual Native Wildflower Sale

  • 3260 Eagle Park Drive Northeast Grand Rapids, MI, 49525 United States (map)
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KCD's Michigan native plant sale happens twice a year - Spring and Fall. In 2018. Order native plants today for easy Spring pickup!

There will be two native wildflower sale dates: Saturday, May 12th and Saturday, May 26th 10-3pm. The May 12th order deadline is April 27th and the May 26th deadline is May 11. 

If you would like to be added to the KCD email list, please sign up on the  Contact Us  page. Signup to be on our mailing list if you would like to receive notification when the catalogs are available. 

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Friends of Indian Mill Creek Meeting
May
23
3:30 PM15:30

Friends of Indian Mill Creek Meeting

The Friends of Indian Mill Creek will be meeting to discuss the upcoming spring clean up details & priority locations, other upcoming events, 

Join the Friends of Indian Mill Creek Facebook Group

Friends of Indian Mill Creek Meeting

Agenda

  1. Welcome and Introductions  
  2. Clean-up Campaign
  3. Monitoring
  4. Potential Land Use Changes/Projects
  5. Education
  6. Upcoming Events
  7. Adjourn: Next meeting

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
May
21
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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Kent Conservation District Bi-Annual Native Wildflower Sale
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Kent Conservation District Bi-Annual Native Wildflower Sale

  • 3260 Eagle Park Drive Northeast Grand Rapids, MI, 49525 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

KCD's Michigan native plant sale happens twice a year - Spring and Fall. In 2018. Order native plants today for easy Spring pickup!

There will be two native wildflower sale dates: Saturday, May 12th and Saturday, May 26th 10-3pm. The May 12th order deadline is April 27th and the May 26th deadline is May 11. 

If you would like to be added to the KCD email list, please sign up on the  Contact Us  page. Signup to be on our mailing list if you would like to receive notification when the catalogs are available. 

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15th Annual Spring Forum
May
11
8:30 AM08:30

15th Annual Spring Forum

LGROW is hosting its 15th Annual Grand River Spring Forum on Friday, May 11, 2018, from 8:30 am – 11:30m at the Wisner Center in the Cascade Township Library. Registration begins at 8:00am. After the Forum, join us for an informative kayak trip with lunch provided Kayak trip is SOLD OUT, ending at Thornapple Brewing Co.

At this year’s Spring Forum, regional water leaders will provide thought-provoking presentations and action-oriented solutions that reflect current projects in the Lower Grand River Watershed. The Forum will also feature a moderated panel discussion regarding stormwater management. LGROW has made it a priority to raise awareness about water quality in the Grand River Watershed. We would like you to be a part of this and hope will you join us!

Agenda

8:00-8:30    Registration
8:30-8:45    Welcome and Introduction
8:45-9:20    Keynote Address
9:20-9:55    Panel Discussion
9:55-10:10    Break
10:15-11:15    'Shed Talks
11:15-11:25    Questions and Evaluations
11:25-11:30    Closings and Next Steps
12:00 PM    Boxed Lunch and Kayak Trip to Thornapple Brewing Co. (~1PM-3PM)
                   *Must be preregistered to attend Kayak Trip

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Thank You Sponsors!

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Pollinator Habitat Designation Program: Kent County
May
2
6:00 PM18:00

Pollinator Habitat Designation Program: Kent County

Kent County: Wed, May 2 @ 6:00 PM, Eagle Park, 3260 Eagle Park Dr NE, Room 105, Grand Rapids, MI

These workshops will provide an overview of value grasslands provide on a landscape. They will also provide information on where to find seed and how to plant it, what financial and technical resources are available to assist you in creating and managing grassland habitats, and will showcase the great organizations who are here to help improve our habitats.

Pollinator Habitat Designation Criteria:

  • Half acre minimum, with an average 100-foot width.
  • Minimum cover type requirement for nesting and pollinator habitat is a mix of at least 4 native grasses and a minimum of 10 native forbs/legumes, with at least 2 species per blossom period (spring, summer, fall) and 2 native species of milkweed. (Forbs/legumes are broad-leafed plants, like wildflowers. The reason for having the diverse set of wildflowers within specific blossom periods so that the fields have blooming flowers available for the pollinators for the maximum amount of time. Also, we want to have to species of milk week for the benefit of the Monarch butterfly, a species that has reduced 90% over the past ten years.)
  • Member or neighbor of a wildlife cooperative (or want to help start one in your area)

To apply for your land to be designated, click here. Email amitterling@mucc.org with questions.

Press Releases:

Other Workshops:

  • Barry County: Tues, April 17 @ 7:00 PM, Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, 701 W. Cloverdale Rd, Hastings, MI
  • Berrien/Cass/St. Joseph County: Tues, April 24 @ 5:30 PM, Camp Friedenswald,15406 Watercress Way, Cassopolis, MI
  • Ingham County: Mon, April 30 @ 6:30 PM, Wilson Tallent Center, Rooms 505/506, 611 Hagadorn Rd, Mason, MI
  • Mecosta County: Wed, April 25 @ 6:000 PM, Hinton Township Hall, 3 Mile Rd/90th Ave, Lakeview, MI
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Rain Barrel Workshop
May
1
6:30 PM18:30

Rain Barrel Workshop

LGROW and partners, including Trout Unlimited, WMEAC, the City of Grand Rapids and more have been working on a Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant in the Rogue River, Lamberton Creek, and Plaster Creek watersheds. Through this grant, we have worked with three schools, over 200 students, marking storm drains, conducting rain barrel workshops, and planting native gardens. These efforts will help to make people aware of water quality concerns and the practices will store, slow, and filter the water running off of lawns and streets, into our waterways. To learn more about this grant visit www.lgrow.org/glri

There will be approximately 80 rain barrels constructed and given away this year to residents of the Rogue River, Plaster Creek, and Lamberton Creek watersheds through this project.

If you are interested in attending the next rain barrel workshop in the Rogue River watershed, please RSVP because space and materials are limited!

Keep an eye out for more rain barrel workshops coming to YOUR watershed!

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Kent Conservation District Bi-Annual Tree Sale
Apr
28
10:00 AM10:00

Kent Conservation District Bi-Annual Tree Sale

  • 3260 Eagle Park Drive Northeast Grand Rapids, MI, 49525 United States (map)
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Native Trees and Shrubs will be for sale Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Native Flowers will be available Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM and Saturday, May 26, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

If you would like to be added to the Kent Conservation District email list, please sign up at www.kentconservation.org.

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Design Planning for Rain Gardens - Ada Township Parks
Apr
28
9:00 AM09:00

Design Planning for Rain Gardens - Ada Township Parks

Part 1 - Design Planning for Rain Gardens

Free - Registration Required

Ada Township Parks presents the following Rain Garden workshops as part lecture and part design-charrette.

Part 1 - Learn how rain gardens and other green infrastructure practices can be biodiverse as well as functional. Help design a new rain garden near the north entrance of Roselle Park.

Part 2 - Install native plants and receive a free rain garden plant.

Call the office for more info: 616-676-0520 or contact mfitzpatrick@adatownshipmi.com

Part 2 - Rain Garden Installation
Saturday, June 2
9 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Free - Registration Required

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Managing your property for Invasive Plants
Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

Managing your property for Invasive Plants

April 25 - 7 p.m. $5 per person.

Locally invasive plants like Asian bittersweet, garlic mustard and others diminish ecosystems and our personal property values. This presentation will teach you how to identify key plants and how to create a plan to mediate their damage on your property. Event held in Roselle Park, 1010 Grand River Dr.

Registration is now open for summer youth programs and the Ada Kids' Garden!

See program details on the Ada Parks website.

To register, call 616-676-0520 or contact Mark Fitzpatrick.

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Earth Day at Blandford Nature Center - Volunteer Opportunity
Apr
21
12:00 PM12:00

Earth Day at Blandford Nature Center - Volunteer Opportunity

"We’re celebrating 50 years of getting people outdoors! Blandford invites YOU to come out and see all that we have to offer. Free of charge, come explore the trails, buildings, farm and take part in earth day activities. Volunteer opportunities are also available on this day during a morning and afternoon session".

This program is for all ages
 NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED!

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Plaster Creek Stewards Spring Event
Apr
21
9:00 AM09:00

Plaster Creek Stewards Spring Event

Navigating the New Normal: Watershed Restoration in the Context of Climate Change. Join us for a morning of education paired with local watershed restoration work. Meet at the Calvin College CFAC Recital Hall for a conversation around climate change followed by hands-on watershed restoration work. Celebrate Earth Day with inspired volunteering. Save the date!

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Grand River Update
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Grand River Update

April 19 - 7 p.m. Free event.

A presentation about the status and initiatives taking place on the Grand River. Highlights include a project overview of the Grand River Revitalization & Rapids Restoration project by Wendy Ogilvie of LGROW. Pre-registration required as space is limited. Event held in Roselle Park, 1010 Grand River Dr.

Registration is now open for summer youth programs and the Ada Kids' Garden!

See program details on the Ada Parks website.

To register, call 616-676-0520 or contact Mark Fitzpatrick

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
Apr
16
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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MWEA Watershed Summit
Mar
28
8:00 AM08:00

MWEA Watershed Summit


Save - the - date!  More information coming soon!

The purpose of this summit is to:

  • Bring together as many of Michigan's watershed groups as possible
  • Provide an opportunity for speakers from other organizations to share information and updates
  • Give groups a chance to interact with and learn from each other
  • Facilitate discussion on current status, concerns and outlooks regarding Michigan's water environment.
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Manager's Tool Kit: Controlling Invasive Species Using Herbicide
Mar
23
9:00 AM09:00

Manager's Tool Kit: Controlling Invasive Species Using Herbicide

  • Calvin College Bunker Interpretative Center (map)
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Come review the risks and benefits of herbicide use with State Inspector Jennifer Reay, MSU Pesticide Instructor John Stone, DEQ Biologist Kevin Walters and West Michigan Conservation Network CISMA Coordinator, Drew Rayner. Participants will discuss best management practices for invasive species control. Topics will include roadside inspections, new regulations, strike team and contractor need to know facts and early detection invasive species identification. Earn CEUs. 

Ticket: Cost: $30 at door, $5 for lunch.

RSVP: administrator@kentconservation.org or (616) 222.5801.

www.kentconservation.org

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Kent Conservation District Showcase and Annual Meeting
Mar
22
6:00 PM18:00

Kent Conservation District Showcase and Annual Meeting

  • 1836 East Beltline Avenue Northeast Grand Rapids, MI, 49525 United States (map)
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Presentation topic:
Five Ways Farmers are Protecting Our Soil and Water
The program will be followed by a special announcement on how farmers can take advantage of an additional $2.8 Million coming to Kent County. There will be a panel discussion and recognition of Kent County’s Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program participants. 

Cost: Free buffet dinner. Doors open at 5:30pm, walk-ins welcome! 

All are welcome. Please RSVP to (616) 222-5801 or administrator@kentconservation.org

www.kentconservation.org

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
Mar
19
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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2018 Quiet Water Symposium
Mar
3
8:00 AM08:00

2018 Quiet Water Symposium

The Quiet Water Symposium is an annual event hosted by the Quiet Water Society. This will be the 23rd annual symposium

QUIET WATER SOCIETY

The Quiet Water Society (QW Society) is a non-profit charitable 501(c)(3) corporation. It was founded to:

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  • educate the public and encourage participation in non-motorized outdoor recreation
  • promote public concern for the water resources of the Great Lakes region
  • support environmental stewardship and conservation of natural resources
  • plan and execute annual and special events for any or all of these purposes.

Since 1996, this group of unpaid volunteers has organized and sponsored the Quiet Water Symposium (QWS) as its primary tool for achieving its mission. Our primary source of revenue is from Symposium ticket sales and commercial vendor fees. We are proud to offer non-profit groups their booth space on a no charge basis.

Besides covering the costs incurred in producing QWS, we have been able to make grants to several environmental and conservation efforts. In 2014, we made a substantial donation to the Access Recreation Group, LLC. This group is working to help implement recommendations in the Lake Michigan Water Trail Plan through promotion of “Great Lakes Trail Towns.” By putting dollars back into our waterways, we hope to sustain paddling opportunities for all forever.

If you would like to know more about the Quiet Water Society, you are welcome to attend one of our meetings as posted on this website. Everyone is welcome.


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LGROW is present along with numerous other watershed groups, at the annual symposium, participating in giveaways and providing educational materials on watershed matters. Visit us this year for an opportunity to receive one of our NEW Great Lakes, Grand River stickers and other great prizes and to learn more about the Grand River Water Trail.

To learn more about this event visit quietwatersociety.org/

Interested in volunteering? 

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West Michigan Home and Garden Show
Mar
1
to Mar 4

West Michigan Home and Garden Show

West Michigan’s largest Home & Garden show is back for its 38th season! With 12 feature gardens gardens, 4 free seminar stages and over 350 exhibitors featuring every product and service you’ll ever need, all under one roof, this is the show to attend!

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West Michigan’s premier Home & Garden Show fills DeVos Place with all of your home and garden dreams. Featuring home products and services, remodeling, and interior design, situated between huge sprawling gardens, landscaping, and retail garden centers. Spring is in the air! Four seminar stages packed with experts and the Garden and Art Market with accessories and décor to bring a little Spring home with you.

Ticket Prices:
Adults - $10 | Children (6-14) - $4 | 5 & Under - Free
Multi-Day - $18 (all four days, one low price!)

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Citizen Science Toolbox - Why and How YOU Can Get Involved!
Feb
22
6:30 PM18:30

Citizen Science Toolbox - Why and How YOU Can Get Involved!

  • Calvin College Ecosystem Preserve Bunker Interpretive Center (map)
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by West Michigan Conservation Network

Discover how your observations of nature can help scientists expand scientific knowledge by learning about a variety of citizen science programs you and others can participate in. From Ebird to Michigan HerpWatch to Project Budburst, we will highlight a variety of flora and fauna projects that need your help at the local, statewide and national levels. We will also provide tips for incorporating citizen science projects into classroom studies.

Bring your smart devices to quickly download apps and to bookmark other online resources, which can help you enjoy your outdoor exploration, identify species, learn more and provide scientists with valuable data at the same time.

This workshop is also great for teachers, scout leaders and homeschool parents looking to incorporate real work data collection into their teaching. Students love to participate in citizen science projects because they know what they are doing will make a difference.

COST

$20

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Flat River Watershed Council Meeting
Feb
19
6:30 PM18:30

Flat River Watershed Council Meeting

Get involved with the Flat River Watershed Council

ATTEND: Our monthly council meetings.  Held the third Monday of every month.  We meet at the Main Street Inn in downtown Lowell.  Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and typically run an hour.  No meetings are held in July or December.

VOLUNTEER: Stream clean-ups, educational outings, and stream sampling are just a few of the activities we would love to have help with.  Signing up for our e-mail list is one way to gain information about the council.  If you're a Facebook user please LIKE our page to stay in touch with us.

DONATE:  We are a non-profit organization in search of funding to maintain sampling projects, educational programs, and implementation of a basin wide watershed management plan.  Please e-mail us at information@flatriverwatershed.org for more information or questions.

EDUCATE: Visit our Take Action page for information on ways to protect the Flat River.

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