The Marian County Soil and Water Conservation District along with Friends of White River and Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust are hosting 2 FREE Stream Steward Workshops this fall.
If you live near a waterway such as a lake, stream, creek, or river, maintaining the riparian zone (the narrow transitional zone between land and water) is important for protecting water quality as well as the local ecosystem. These popular workshops provide education on how to become a more responsible riparian property owner, including native and invasive plant identification and streambank stabilization and riparian restoration strategies.
The workshops will be held on Fall Creek (October 28th) and White River at Oliver’s Woods (November 4th).
Workshops are free, but space is limited so register early!