Everyone is welcome to attend the next monthly CEWAC meeting on Thursday, February 13, 6pm-7:30pm at Brooks Township Hall, 490 Quarterline Street, Newaygo.
CEWAC supports environmental education and action that have local impact in Newaygo County. CEWAC works with other organizations and individuals to promote eco-sustainability, habitat restoration, restorative agriculture, right recycling and climate impact mitigation.
“We are seeking input from community members who have a passion for the environment as CEWAC plans this year’s goals and activities,” states Sally Wagoner, CEWAC Coordinator. “If someone has an idea that fits environmental restoration and resiliency, we will help turn that idea into a plan and support their energy and efforts.”
Upcoming activities in the planning are: a Newaygo Home and Garden Show presence and presentation; 50th Year Anniversary of Earth Day acknowledgement; as resurgence of the Earth Hero Awards for local restaurants; and the 2nd Annual Environmental Forum.
“We have a new CEWAC E-news format that anyone can sign up for. It will inform the community of local environmental events that are of interest to recyclers, farmers and growers, youth and students. We inform of issues that impact our environment, and actions that can be taken by individuals or communities to address them,” added Ms. Wagoner.
CEWAC E-news for 2-6-20 can be accessed by clicking this link: CEWAC Enews 2-6-20.
Sign up for CEWAC E-news by clicking this link: CEWAC Enews Sign Up!
“We hope to see lots of new as well as returning CEWAC-kians! Let’s work together to be good Stewards of our Newaygo County environment!” states Ms. Wagoner.
CEWAC is a taskforce of the non-profit 3R Environmental Education. Visit the Facebook Site of 3R Environmental Education and website: www.3r-education.org. For information contact: