Zumbro Watershed Partnership Series:

Fostering Stewardship Among the Next Generation

Thursday, July 13th at 6:30 PM, lower level-Cascade Meadow

The work we do today as stewards of our natural resources can easily be ignored or repealed by the next generation.  How do we ensure that our conservation efforts secure a lasting legacy for future generations?  It begins by ensuring that every child has access to opportunities to develop a relationship with the natural world.  Join Sara Holger, Founder and President of Project Get Outdoors, a local non-profit organization working to facilitate outdoor experiences for children across Minnesota.  Sara will share information, resources and ideas to help you connect the children in your life and in your community to the wonders of our natural world, and by doing so, ensure our environmental legacy is secured long into the future.

Cascade Meadow Speaker Series:

Beginning Beekeeping and Ideal Bee Habitat

Thursday, July 20th, 7:00 PM-Lower Level-Cascade Meadow

Chris and John from The Bee Shed will talk about basic beekeeping and the ideal bee habitat.
www.thebeeshed.com

The educational program is free and open to the public.

Rochester Public Works-Storm water Series

Cascade Lake-The past, present, and future

Tuesday, July 25th, 7:00 PM-Lower Level-Cascade Meadow

Cascade Lake is a 200-acre park intended to be one of the jewels for the Rochester park system upon its completion of mining and park development. Mike Nigbur, Park and Forestry Division Head for the Rochester Park Department, will discuss the history, the park elements, the funding and the future of the park.

For more events offered at Cascade Meadow in Rochester:
www.smumn.edu/cascademeadow/events

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