Northwest Indiana Green Drinks to feature Trail Creek
MICHIGAN CITY — The topic of Northwest Indiana Green Drinks, held Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Shoreline Brewery, 208 Wabash St., Michigan City, is Trail Creek: Great 2018 Restorative Facts and Grand 2019 Plans.
Did you know our Trail Creek Watershed is more than 37,000 acres of land and 90 miles of waterways draining northern La Porte County into Lake Michigan?
Join us for an informative evening with Shannon Eason, assistant park superintendent with Michigan City Parks and Recreation Department, and Nicole Messacar, education coordinator with La Porte County Soil and Conservation District.
Come learn about the Trail Creek Watershed Partnership’s accomplishments for 2018 including the second annual Creekness Stakes fundraiser for Trail Creek which was a huge success and featured some cool additions to the event, Trail Creek Week 2018 for area students, Give-Back-Night Cruise on the Amita II, Michigan City High School Wolves Environmental Restoration Team’s Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence, restoration of Bismarck Hill with dog friendly hiking trails, and completion of Phase II of the Winding Creek Cove Best Management Practices Demonstration Project.
Grab a delightful brew and some delicious eats while you discover interesting 2019 restoration plans and get a sneak peek at Phase III!
Green Drinks meets the third Thursday of every month (except July) at Shoreline Brewery, 208 Wabash St. These events are sponsored by Save the Dunes and supported by 219 GreenConnect. Suggested donation is $5, $2 for students.
For further information, call (219) 210-7513.