Preserving our fresh water resources

Grand Valley State University is a proud partner of Connecting with Community

HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) — Grand Valley State University’s Annis Water Resource Institute works to help preserve our fresh water resources, like Holland’s Lake Macatawa and it’s watershed.

That’s why GVSU is proud to partner with organizations and events that help educate the community.

Bring your friends and family to the Macatawa Water Festival Saturday, July 25th on Holland’s Windmill Island. The event brought to you by Meijer will help the community learn more about Project Clarity.

Project Clarity is a movement to protect and improve the quality issues of Lake Macatawa and the Macatawa Watershed.

GVSU Water Fest 1

Over 30 community partners will be a part of the Macatawa Water Festival. There will be educational opportunities, workshops and land and water activities for the whole family. This is a great way for people of all ages to learn about one of this area’s more precious natural resources, Lake Macatawa and its watershed.

Full event Information:

Macatawa Water Festival
Saturday July 25th, 2015
11:30am – 5:00pm
Windmill Island Gardens
7th Street and Lincoln Avenue
Holland, MI 49423

The event is free of charge for the whole family and no registration is needed. There are also volunteer opportunities available for those looking for help give back.

Grand Valley State University is proud to support and partner with organizations like Project Clarity’s Macatawa Water Festival. It’s just another way Grand Valley is Connecting with Community.

 

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