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.
Next Upcoming Event National Public Lands Day Join us at Ewing Park to celebrate National Public Lands Day on September 22nd! Help us tackle the trash in Yeader Creek, as well as invasive species and litter removal in Ewing Park. Volunteers at this year’s event will be eligible for prize drawings and free camping at Yellowbanks Park following the event with Outdoor Stewards … Continue reading Upcoming Events
Are you looking for a way you can help Easter Lake? Do you care about preserving our recreational resources or want to positively impact Iowa’s water quality? Are you looking for a volunteer event for your school, club, or office? Look no further – Volunteer with the Easter Lake Watershed Project!
Learn what you can do on your property to help restore and protect Easter Lake.
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