Clean water educational activities will get underway in nearly a dozen communities this year with the assistance of the MCWD.
In December, the MCWD Board of Managers approved $98,200 in grants for 15 projects that will teach people of all ages how to protect and improve the lakes, streams and wetlands in the District. The grants, from the Cynthia Krieg Watershed Stewardship Fund, allow MCWD to leverage resources with partners including schools, businesses, non-profits and others to create activities that enhance public awareness and promote citizen engagement around clean water practices.
The organizations that are receiving funding include:
- Wilderness Inquiry for a District-wide project to connect more than 2,000 youth and...