In this third and final episode in our septic tank series, Caroline and Kory discuss the Watershed Council’s recent septic study on Lake Charlevoix and the future possibilities of septic tank studies and management
This first episode of our three-part septic series covers our recent septic survey on Lake Charlevoix, conducted by Caroline Keson. This episode explores the types of nutrients that might be affecting your lake’s health.
In this episode, we talk with our watershed management coordinator, Lauren Dey, about watershed management plans and their effect on local communities and lakes. We take a closer look at the steps it takes
Kory interviews Associate Director, Jennifer Buchanan about the Watershed Council of years past, the history that made our organization what it is today, and the insights she’s gained over her 19 years with the
Kory interviews executive director Katie Wolf about the inner workings of the Watershed Council, our plans for the future, and why we decided to start a podcast in the first place.https://youtu.be/_1Zs1QV2TIw
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