Getting Involved

Get Involved with YOUR Watershed

In the Easter Lake Watershed, community involvement and public education are the driving force behind watershed improvements and key to developing a sustainable and healthy ecosystem. As community members, residents of the watershed, lake users, and partners of the Easter Lake Watershed Project, we all have an important role to play to ensure long lasting improvements for Easter Lake.

Whether you are interested in installing a conservation practice, want participate in an upcoming event, or simply want to stay updated with ongoing improvements to Easter Lake we want to make sure you know how you can get involved and stay up to date with the Easter Lake Watershed Project.

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Upcoming Events

Help stop stormwater in its tracks and reduce pollution entering Easter Lake by attending an upcoming watershed informational event, becoming a qualified water monitor, joining the annual Trash Bash, or learning to build your own rain barrel at one of our seasonal workshops!


Be a part of the conservation legacy of the Easter Lake Watershed Project and volunteer with us! Join an upcoming invasive species removal event, help maintain pollinator and rain gardens, become a Park & Trails Steward, and more!

Install a Rainscaping Practice

There are many ways we can help slow down and capture stormwater. By using conservation practices in strategic locations at our homes and in our community, we can bring back the landscape’s ability to soak up stormwater, improving Easter Lake. These conservation practices can also help fix problems such as poor lawn health, ponding and drainage issues, improve local habitat, and more. Some solutions include soil quality restoration, rain gardens, and rain barrels.

Sign Up For Our Newsletter

Stay in the know by subscribing to our quarterly newsletter where you will find information on upcoming events, progress on current projects around easter lake and a recap on all the community efforts made to improve Easter Lake's water quality.


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