Shirley Heinze Land Trust Retains Natural Character of Meadowbrook

In 2012, Shirley Heinze Land Trust was approached by the Girl Scouts to acquire their former Camp Meadowbrook.  This strategic addition to SHLT’s system of nature preserves has been met with tremendous support from funders, partner organizations and volunteers. The … Continued

Meetings to Address Issues Facing Wolf Lake Watershed

Stormwater runoff and discharges to the Wolf Lake watershed will be among issues to be discussed at a series of public meetings beginning next month. Sponsored by the Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative (AWLI), the meetings initially will focus … Continued

Pipelines and Borderlines: People Can’t Drink Oil

219GreenConnect podcast host Kathy Sipple speaks with David Mueller of Paul Henry’s Art Gallery in Hammond about their current exhibit: “Pipelines and Borderlines: People Can’t Drink Oil!” Listen to the podcast. The show was curated by artist Beverly Keys. It … Continued

Naturepalooza/Living with Lakes Seminar

Our speakers and nature hike leaders will include Steve Martinson, Horticulture Superintendent of the Valparaiso Parks Dept. and Naturalist and Interpretation Park Ranger, Elizabeth Hudic. Joel Postma of the Northwest Indiana Paddlers Association will conduct a canoeing and kayaking demonstration … Continued

Wildflower Watching? Now I’ve Heard of Everything!

Join us for Northwest Indiana Green Drinks in Michigan City! June 20th, 2013 at 6:30 pm at Shoreline Brewery—reserved room “Group Flower Watching Led by Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society (INPAWS)-North Chapter” will be presented by Nature Interpreter Extraordinaire … Continued

Green Drinks: Focus on Natural Health

Green Drinks usually focuses on environmental topics like air and water quality, but what about our interior environments? Our bodies are 85% water…what is our internal water quality (and air quality?) Learn some tips to get or stay healthy from … Continued

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