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September
June 9 - September 15, 2017
Frog-Bit Challenge
Alpena, MI
Huron Pines and the Northeast Michigan Cooperative Weed Management Area are hosting the second year of the Frog-Bit Challenge. We will be hosting volunteer events and helping people identify and pull invasive frog-bit from the Thunder Bay River Watershed throughout the summer, with the goal of pulling 20,000 lbs! We can provide maps and pulling supplies as well as labor assistance for interested volunteers. Anyone in Michigan who wants to pull frog-bit can record what they pull on our website and we'll recognize their efforts at a celebration event and online.
Contact: Jennifer Muladore
Phone: 989-448-2293 x31
E-mail: jennifer@huronpines.org

September 13-15, 2017
National Walking Summit
St. Paul, MN
The National Walking Summit is the premier opportunity for community advocates, nonprofit representatives, government officials, and transit, health, and planning professionals to share best practices and stories, increase the visibility of key issues, build support for the walking movement, and create momentum for the work ahead. The power of walking just go more powerful and the creation of vital and vibrant communities more feasible and closer to bridging the divides and disparities that challenge us. Join us September 13-15, 2017 at the Intercontinental St. Paul Riverfront Hotel in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Contact: Heidi Simon
Phone: 414-241-3805
E-mail: hsimon@americawalks.org

September 16, 2017
September Adopt-a-Beach
All Great Lakes Cities
Join the thousands of people caring for our Great Lakes during the Alliance’s September Adopt-a-Beach™ Event, part of the International Coastal Cleanup. The event is scheduled for September 16, but dates and times may vary. Volunteers who participate in the event not only remove debris, they also record their findings. Last year, 15,181 volunteers removed 40,211 pounds of trash from 1,388 cleanups.
Contact: Jillian Edwards
Phone: 616-850-0745
E-mail: jedwards@greatlakes.org

September 27, 2017
State of the Bay
Bay City, MI
This one day conference is your chance to learn about activities related to the restoration, conservation and protection of Saginaw Bay. In addition, you’ll learn about what communities around the Bay and throughout the watershed are doing to encourage public access, economic development, environmental education and watershed management.
Contact: Margarita Carey
Phone: 304-876-7924
E-mail: mcarey@conservationfund.org

September 30, 2017
Sturgeon Fest
Milwaukee, WI
Enjoy family fun at Sturgeon Fest- one of the biggest annual conservation events and festivals in Wisconsin. Celebrate the reintroduction of a breeding population of Sturgeon to Lake Michigan and the Milwaukee River!
Contact: Natalie Dorrler
Phone: 262-375-2715
E-mail: natalie@riveredge.us


 

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