Spread the love of water by spreading the word about the Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Convention!
Let your friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers know about this event by printing and displaying a poster, handing out event cards, including our “advertisement” in your newsletter or on your website, emailing an electronic postcard, sharing the Facebook ad on your wall, inviting folks via our Facebook Event, adding an image to your email signature, or sending a news release to your local media outlets.
There are 4 per sheet (pdf) – Just download, print back-to-back, and cut.
Share this news release with your local news outlets for use in print or online. Download the Word version and add specifics about the work you’re doing locally, or download the PDF and share it to help us get the word out!
Copy and paste this image to an email and invite individuals and groups you think would be interested. Don’t forget to link the image to wisconsinwaterweek.org
This Wisconsin Water Week website is brought to you by the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership. This Partnership joins science, education, and citizens to empower people to work together to care for our lakes. Since its genesis in the early 1970s, the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership has been recognized as a national model of collaboration. The Partnership has three core partners: the Department of Natural Resources (which supplies scientific research, technical expertise and regulatory authority), the Extension Lakes Program (which provides supporting educational materials and programs), and Wisconsin Lakes (which mobilizes citizens to be advocates for lakes).
This partnership is a statewide, multi-faceted effort that reaches far beyond the core groups to include regional, county, tribal, non-profit, and federal partners. Our goal is to continue to protect and preserve our shared water legacy and support those meeting the challenges that come with the management and stewardship of Wisconsin’s lakes.