Celebrate Community Conservation! - Licking SWCD E-News


October 25, 2016

Hello Friends of Licking Soil & Water,

COMMUNITY CONSERVATION CELEBRATION:  Join us at our 72nd Annual Banquet to celebrate conservation partnerships and successes, 6:30p, Wednesday, November 9, at The Grove by the River, 840 Hollander Street, Newark, Ohio 43055.  RSVP by Friday, November 4.  Tickets are $25.00 and may be purchased online.

BOARD ELECTION:  Learn about our candidates, Mamie Hollenback, David Lipstreu and Dannette McInturff. Cast an absentee ballot between now and November 9, or vote in person on November 9.

VOLUNTEER & SPONSOR APPRECIATION:  Enjoy appetizers, cash bar, and thank you gifts, 5:30p - 6:30p, Wednesday, November 9, at The Grove by the River, 840 Hollander Street, Newark, Ohio 43055. RSVP by Friday, November 4.

GOT MILKWEED PODS?  Help restore pollinator habitat.  Learn more by calling our office, 740-670-5330.


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:  Help us in the office, in the class room or in the gardens.  For more information, contact Denise Natoli Brooks, 740-670-5330, or information@lickingswcd.com.

STREAM TEAM VOLUNTEERS:  Be sure to complete your last water quality tests for the year and send your data to denisebrooks@lickingswcd.com by November 30.


Partner Programs & Events:
--Ohio Pollinator Protection Plan, Stakeholder Input Meeting, Tuesday, October 25
--Storm Water Consortium Meeting, Wednesday, November 2
--Full Moon Hike, Infirmary Mound Park, Monday, November 14
--South Licking Watershed Conservancy District Meeting, Tuesday, November 15
--Saturday Morning Hike, Infirmary Mound Park, Saturday, November 19
--OEFFA Heart of Ohio Chapter Meeting, Monday, November 21
--River Round Up 2017 Poster Contest, NOW through Friday, January 13


Visit our WEBSITE and FACEBOOK page for more events and programs.

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As always, thank you for your interest in natural resource conservation.
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