February 20, 2018: Deanna Geelhoed, Coordinator for Plaster Creek Stewards will present on: The predicament of Plaster Creek: healing of hydrologic cycles with rain gardens.
Deanna Geelhoed received her bachelors of Biology from Calvin College in Grand Rapids Michigan (2016). Since then Deanna has been working as the program coordinator for Plaster Creek Stewards, an initiative out of Calvin College to restore the health and beauty to the Plaster Creek Watershed. Within this work she educates communities about the issues of the Plaster Creek watershed, deemed the most polluted waterway in west Michigan. For the past 4 years Deanna has been designing green infrastructure, propagating native Michigan plants, and conducting various ecological restoration research projects.
Where: Blandford Nature Center: Learning Lab
Date: Tuesday February 20, 2018
Cost: Free to Indian Mounds Rock and Mineral Club members
No Registration Needed