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Join the Lilly Center and Kononia Nature Preserve to dissect real owl pellets, learn to identify a variety of owl calls, then hike through the 100 acre woods of the preserve while we send out and …


What’s one of the best parts about bringing so many like-minded, water-loving people together at the Lakes Festival? Connecting each of you with the lakes. Start your summer here.

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The Lilly Center is hosting a Clean Marinas Lunch & Learn for Kosciusko County marinas and boaters. The Indiana Clean Marina Program is managed by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management …


Bats, possums and skunks: A trio of furry, native animals notorious for fluttering too close to your head at dusk, knocking over trash cans, and releasing offending smells. But what if we could …


When you hear about cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) in Kosciusko County, it’s frequently after the cyanobacteria begins to dominate a local lake ecosystem, often in the form of cyan or teal-colored …


PRESS RELEASE – The Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams’ tri-fold approach to local lake science―research, education and collaboration―is the result of many generous gifts given over its 13-year …

Date posted: January 7, 2020 | Author: | Comments Off on What the Lilly Center’s backbone of giving looks like

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All field trip stations are adaptable, given enough advance notice. If you are teaching a unit study on water, the water cycle, fish, etc., we can reinforce what you’re doing by inserting some of …


By Abby Phinney, Adrienne Funderburg and Jed Harvey, Lilly Center Staff | Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

What is cyanobacteria, more commonly known as blue-green algae? It was all over the news earlier …

Date posted: October 30, 2019 | Author: | Comments Off on Cyanobacteria: What it is, why it matters

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