Prepare to enjoy leisurely afternoons in your backyard, watching birds or savoring the fall colors.
Are you going to let yourself be beaten by a plant? With strength in numbers, and nothing else to do until the snow comes, we can rise up and take back the land!
This year, the Freshwater Society has launched an initiative called Community Clean-ups for Water Quality, which encourages citizens to help keep lakes and rivers clean by removing leaves and other debris from city streets during the fall and spring when this debris poses the biggest threat to our waterways.
This September, Stillwater took the Blue Star assessment and scored high enough to land themselves a spot on the Blue Star Leader Board, as well as one of the coveted Blue Stars. The city attained high points for natural resources preservation and management, stormwater management policies, and inspections and enforcement.
Fans of small government can also appreciate the fact that the Conservation District employs only thirteen staff, doesnâ€™t collect any taxes and achieves significant conservation achievements solely through engaging private property owners in voluntary projects.