This past year has been full of crucial steps toward protecting the environment…and challenges to protecting natural spaces and natural resources. From progressive strides such as the Paris Agreement, to obstacles like the pipeline that was almost erected at Standing Rock in North Dakota, 2016 has been a roller coaster of ride for those concerned with the environment, which is to say is has been an average year for those concerned with the environment. In that same vein, 2017 promises to be no different. Please read the article written by renowned teacher, writer and environmentalist, Donella H. Dana Meadows twenty-four years ago for tips on how we environmentalists can stay on our toes, ever-vigilant for the environmental movement.
New Year’s Resolutions for the Environment
Registration is now open for Flow the St. Joe 2016. Paddle a canoe or kayak from Spencerville to Leo-Cedarville on Saturday, September 24th.
The $20 registration fee includes breakfast, transportation to the launch site, lunch, and live music provided by the Jug Huffers.
Reserve your spot today at the SJRWI website: Flow the St. Joe.
For more information, check out the flyer at this link: Flow flyer 2016.
The deadline for this year’s River Camp has been extended from June 11th to June 20th!
Register your children today by calling 427-6000 or online at http://www.fortwayneparks.org/.
River Camp is made possible by multiple partnerships between the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department and local organizations, all focused on helping kids 8-12 years of age gain a better understanding on our local waterways.
Camp will be held at Shoaff Park Riverlodge July 5th – 8th from 9 am to 3 pm. For more information and a full list of partners, please click this link to the flyer: River Camp flyer.