A story at the online news site, InkFreeNews, reports on a recent event on Lake Wawasee in northeast Kosciusko County, Ind., that feature reports from the staff of the Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams at Grace College, Winona Lake, Ind. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
Lilly Center For Lakes & Streams Looking At Three ‘S’s’ In The Future
“Imagine this 3,000 acres of water being corn and soybeans,” stated Randy Tobias to over 100 guests Saturday evening. “If it were, none of us would be here … this is what brings us here — water. What keeps us here is clean water.”
Randy and Deborah Tobias, along with several co-hosts, hosted a social event for friends on behalf of the Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams Saturday evening, June 29. The evening was to hear updates on studies by the center of Wawasee and Syracuse lakes, projects and the future endeavors.
Dr. Nate Bosch, director of the center, spoke of applied research, engaging education and collaborative efforts. “The Lilly Center is about clean water,” he stated, relating its work to an old pitcher pump with its donors, volunteers and those offering advice being those whose hands are on the pump to help prime it.
The purpose of the evening was to share goals for the future at the center. This was highlighted in three areas all starting with the letter “S” — scopes, sensors and students.
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