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Enjoy a free pancake breakfast & learn how to protect your waterways


 The Rogue River Watershed Partners are joining forces with Trout Unlimited’s Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative to host an educational breakfast served on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 from 7am to 9 am at the Cannon Township Hall: 6878 Belding Road, Rockford. All are welcome, stop by just for breakfast or stay for the Rogue River Watershed Partner’s monthly meeting at 9:30 a.m.

You will learn why the Natural Resource Conservation Service and the Lower Grand River Organization of Watersheds and others have teamed up to bring farmers and forestland owners access to a unique pool of $2.8 million in funding to help them take actions on their land to help prevent soil loss, and to create and improve fish and wildlife habitat in the Rogue River and Indian Mill Creek watersheds, a 250 square mile area in northern and western Kent County. Financial assistance is available now to help you plant: filter strips, grassed waterways, cover crops, and riparian forest buffers, as well as many other options to help in this effort. This special opportunity is available through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) over the next four years. Call Matt Soehnel, NRCS District Conservationist, at (616) 942-4111 x 3 to learn more.

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Ray Winnie
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