Freshwater Future Weekly: January 28, 2022

Freshwater Future Weekly: January 28, 2022

THIS WEEK: Event Focus–Project Grants Webinar; All About Water Symposium; Water Watchers & Wellness Registration Open; Sand Sculptures Form on Lake Michigan Shore            

Need Funds for Your Water Work? Join the Q&A Projects Grants Webinar on Feb 22nd

Freshwater Future has been fortunate to provide Grant Programs for grassroots community organizations for over 26 years. Learn more about our Grants Program on Tuesday, February 22nd– noon (EST). To register online, please click HERE. To register by email or phone, please contact [email protected], (231)348-8200. Also, visit the map on our website to learn more about our Grant Programs funding initiatives and their impact on past projects. 

Securing Federal Infrastructure Dollars Focus of All About Water Symposium, Feb 17th 

Freshwater Future and All About Water invite you to join experts, peer groups and municipal officials to learn about federal dollars coming to states for water infrastructure projects. By participating you will gain valuable information about how your municipality can benefit from available federal funding to help replace lead lines, update water and wastewater treatment plants, utilize green infrastructure to prevent or reduce flooding, and more. REGISTER NOW! Thursday, February 17th, 9:30 am – noon EST. 

Personal and Organizational Wellness Online Kicks-Off

2022’s first Water Watchers & Wellness forum was a wonderful turn out! The session included meditative self-care and a discussion on year-end financial management for nonprofits and community-based organizations. It’s still not too late to join this monthly seminar forum scheduled on the 4th Thursday of every month.  The next session will be February 24th, 2022, from 11:30am-1pm ET.  Register today! 

Sand Sculptures Form on Lake Michigan Shore  

Strong icy winds on the southern Lake Michigan shoreline whipped wet sand into formations reminiscent of Star Wars. Check out these cool photos of these short-lived sand sculptures.