The Lake Wissota Garden Club of Chippewa Falls, WI
Save the Date: Monday, October 8, 2018 The Eau Claire Garden Club Meeting, Speaker is Steve Betchkal, Presentation " All of This and Robins Too" You may want to pick up one of his books. Nice Christmas presents. Great Speaker! Social Time starts at 6pm~ Meeting at 6:30 and Presentation at 7pm. Location CVTC Energy Education Center, 4000 Campus Rd., Eau Claire, Wi (Door 1, Rm, 103) All meetings open to visitors.
Steve is the current President of Gaylord Nelson Audubon Society. An amateur ornithologist and master birder, Steve is the originator of the Martin Mart initiative, a program that monitors purple martin colonies in northwest Wisconsin. He is a veteran of four USGS Breeding Bird Surveys. He lives in Eau Claire.
Lafayette Town Hall
5765 197th St, Chippewa Falls WI
September 13, 2018
Kevin Masarik, UW-Extension Intergrated Specialist in the College of Natural Resources at UW-Stevens Point. His extension teaching focuses on groundwater and drinking water quality education targeted towards populations served by rural residental well water systems. Kevin will discuss a groundwater study done in the Lake Wissota area. Come and learn more about your drinking water quality.
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Saturday, July 14
10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Irvine Park, Bridgewater Avenue, Chippewa Falls
Join members of the Lake Wissota Garden Club for a guided tour through the half acre Irvine Park Native Wildflower Sanctuary. Club members will point out and identify the native wildflowers currently in bloom. Meet at the sanctuary sign/parking lot just south of the duck pond. Guided tours are held at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on the second Saturday of the month through September. Different plants are in bloom each month, with over 120 native wildflower varieties in the sanctuary. Take a self-guided tour anytime during park hours.
Tour the Irvine Park Native Wildflower Sanctuary