At the Wednesday, February 13 meeting of the Friends of the Black River, Chris Clayton of the River Alliance of Wisconsin, along with special guests, will be discussing the new state laws designed to reduce phosphorus levels in Wisconsin's waterways. The new laws could mean wastewater treatment plants would need to make expensive upgrades and landowners may need to take steps to reduce phosphorus runoff in to streams. The public is encouraged to attend this informative presentation at the Co-op Credit Union beginning at 6:30 p.m. No admission charged.
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Predicting flooding from snowmelt will be the topic of presentation at the FBR meeting, January 9 at 6:30 pm at the Coop Credit Union in Black River Falls.
Weather forecasters can predict how much spring flooding the region will experience by studying the amount of winter snowfall. Mike Welvaert, the speaker for the Friends of the Black River’s Jan. 9 meeting will share this knowledge with the organization and its guests.
Don't miss tonight's Friends of the Black River October meeting. Pat and Kelly LaBarbera will be on hand speaking about hunting with birds of prey.
There will be a brief meeting before hand to vote for board members.
The meeting will be in the community room of the Co-op Credit Union and will begin at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!
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Meeting reminder: Just a reminder of our Wednesday, September 12 meeting. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m and will be in the community room of the Co-op Credit Union. Jeanette Kelly, citizen science director at Beaver Creek Reserve, will be our presenter for the evening. Along with her field research, Kelly will share information about Beaver Creek Reserve and its programs . Hope to see you there and guests are welcome.
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