Join us on Thursday, September 19th, 7:00pm-9:00pm
Roberta Dow, MSU Extension Educator, will discuss water stewardship and what we can do to protect both surface and ground waters.
There is no fee for this program and donations are requested to support The Botanic Garden at Historic Barns Park.
This program is open to the public but space is limited and advance registration is requested
About our Presenter: Roberta L. Dow, district Extension educator, began working for MSU Extension in 1995 as the northern district water quality educator. As a water quality educator, Dr. Dow has developed materials and provided agricultural and residential-oriented programming for the Michigan Water Stewardship Program. She taught groundwater technicians, volunteers, educators, farmers and homeowners and worked with grant groups. Dr. Dow has won numerous awards, including the John A. Hannah Award for Program Excellence, the National Association of County Agricultural Agents (NACAA) Achievement Award and Distinguished Service Award, the Michigan Association of Extension Agents (MAEA) President’s Citation, an NACAA Public Relations in Daily Efforts Award and the 2011 Northwest Michigan Farm Bureau Distinguished Service Award. She also was the 2005 NACAA Public Relations in Daily Efforts national finalist, the 2006 NACAA Communications Award publication regional finalist and the 2009 NACAA Communications Award bound-book national finalist.
In an effort to be as 'green' as possible, we use MyNorth's E-Tickets option for ticket delivery. This means your reserved tickets will be available to view from your email confirmation or order history. You do not need to print these prior to the event.
Questions? Please email our Program Committee at [email protected].