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By Adrienne Funderburg, research coordinator at the Lilly Center

Have you ever been so cold you couldn’t think straight? Water is the same way – the colder it is, the denser it is!

Density – …

Date posted: March 20, 2019 | Author: | Comments Off on Lethargic and Lively Layers in Local Lakes

Categories: Education News Research

By Sarah Baier, education specialist at the Lilly Center

March 10-16 is National Groundwater Awareness Week. This year’s theme, Think, is designed to urge each of us to consider various ways we …

Date posted: March 14, 2019 | Author: | Comments Off on All the Water We Can’t See

Categories: Education K-12 News

By Caitlin Yoder, education coordinator

Here at the Lilly Center, we know that fostering a deep connection with nature is great for child development as well as adult relaxation and wellness. But …

Date posted: March 4, 2019 | Author: | Comments Off on Bring the Outdoors Inside with a Nature Table

Categories: Collaboration K-12 News

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Lake Adventure Days Hosts Over 900 4th-Graders | WNIT | September 2019

State Reps. Visit Lilly Center …

Join Dr. Nate Bosch (director of the Lilly Center) and Heather Harwood (director at Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation) for a spring interpretive hike on WACF’s beautiful trails. Heather will share …

Local agriculture and business leaders come together at Barn & Business for an early breakfast and opportunity to network. Dr. Bosch is speaking

At Lake Adventure Days, hundreds of local fourth-grade students get to fish, test the water, build their own watershed, compete in a water conservation exercise and art project. Learn more here! Want …

We’re back at ILMS! Our students and staff will speak on a variety of water quality and education topics. Join us for this memorable, informational two-day conference at Oakwood Resort in Syracuse, …