Lake Wingra/Vilas Shoreline Visioning Workshop


If you have concerns about the condition of the Lake Wingra shoreline, especially those sections in supposed “protected areas” or “natural areas” around the Lake, now is your opportunity to be heard and offer thoughts on how to improve the shoreline.

Shoreline of Ho-Nee-Um Island looking south and west over Lake Wingra. Photo by Stephen B. Glass

Edgewood College Sustainability Leadership Program, 2012 is sponsoring a Lake Wingra/Vilas Shoreline Visioning Workshop on Wednesday May 16, 7:30 to 9:00 at the Edgewood College Campus, Mazzuchelli Center, Room 104 on Edgewood Park & Pleasure Drive, by the Lake Wingra shoreline.

 

Do you enjoy the Vilas Park/Lake Wingra shoreline?
Do you think it can be improved?
Have ideas?  Share them by joining us at the Workshop!

Although the workshop is specifically concerned about the Vilas Park section of the Lake Wingra shoreline, those leading the visioning process might be interested in broadening the discussion to include the entirety of the Lake Wingra Shoreline, all of which is in public hands.

Not able to join?
Please email your thoughts on how to improve the shoreline to be included in the discussion.
email: (Lauren Brown) Lvbrownie@gmail.com
Thank-you for your time! We look forward to seeing/hearing from you soon:-)

 

This project is conducted as part of the Edgewood College Sustainability Leadership Program, Class of 2012
with support of the Friends of Lake Wingra and City of Madison Parks Department.

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About Steve Glass

The blogger is a restoration ecologist practicing and writing in the Midwestern United States.
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