IWLA Minnesota Division
Bush Lake Chapter's Annual Member Meeting
- To be held outdoors, weather permitting. Please bring lawn chairs.
- Chapter News and Updates
- Annual Member Meeting, Board Election & Awards
- Canoe Race
-Bring your own picnic lunch/tableware. Chapter will provide non-alcoholic beverages.
If you would like to participate in the canoe race, please bring lifejackets (using your own canoes), and please do not drink alcoholic beverages before or during the race.
While we hope to be in-person, depending on Covid-19 conditions, the Annual Member Meeting may change to a virtual meeting.
Free & Open to the Public, Registration Required as Space is Limited
Join us for an exciting evening of conservation!
Carrol Henderson will present on lead poisoning in wildlife and strategies for increasing the use of nontoxic fishing tackle and ammunition. Carrol Henderson is the retired DNR Nongame Wildlife Program supervisor who served in that capacity from 1977 to 2018.
Since 1977, Carrol Henderson has been recognized for his accomplishments in developing and implementing a statewide program for nongame wildlife conservation in Minnesota that has received national and international recognition. During his service in charge of the Nongame Wildlife Program he initiated projects for the reintroduction of Trumpeter Swans, River Otters, and collaborated on the reintroduction of Peregrine Falcons, conservation of Bluebirds, research on Bald Eagle lead poisoning, and contaminant studies on Common Loons resulting from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Carrol is the author or coauthor of 13 books which have sold over 300,000 copies. All the royalties from his DNR books have gone to the Nongame Wildlife Program.
Oak Grove Presbyterian in Bloomington is proud to host its 3rd
Annual EV Expo on Saturday, Oct 9 th 11am-3pm. Over 20 EVs will
be on display with owners who will share their driving experiences.
The American Lung Association will host dealer test drives of some of
the latest EV models. Talks by experts will include:
Electric bikes, e-scooters, e-mowers and e-snow blowers will be on
display, along with an EV transit van and an electric school bus.
The events and test drives follow all Covid protocols and are free and
open to the general public.
For more information, contact John Crampton
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