Photo Credit: Stephen Higgs
We hope that you will consider supporting Lake Monroe Water Fund through a donation. Just click below to donate once or to set up an automatically recurring donation.
There are many other ways you can help take care of your watershed and the future of Lake Monroe.
Help preserve our precious watershed by planting native trees/shrubs along Clay Lick Creek at the Brown County CYO Camp Rancho Framasa. This project will help prevent erosion, and is funded by the Duke Energy Foundation and the Smithville Charitable Foundation.
April 21 & 22 native tree planting – sign up here.
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Conserve Water Every Day
Find ways in which you cam conserve water in day-to-day life: take shorter showers, fix leaks & turn off the water when not in use.
Don’t pour toxic household chemicals down the drain; take them to a hazardous waste center. Better yet, avoid chemicals if there are less hazardous alternatives.
Pick Up After Your Pets
Pick up after your dog, and dispose of the waste in the toilet or the trash.
Practice the Seven Principles of Leave No Trace
These principles are designed to provide an easily understood framework for anyone visiting the outdoors. Learn about the Seven Principles here.