START A PETITION 27,000,000 members: the world's largest community for good

A group for people intersted in watersheds. People who are concernced with watershed management, water quality, aquatic habitat, or anything to do with watersheds are welcome to join!
Members: 75  Code of Conduct
Visibility: open
Membership: open
Group Email:


Group Billboard

Photobucket - Video and Image HostingHello Everyone! Thanks for joining Watershed Appreciation! Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting

Some information sources of importance are now thumb-tacked to the discussion board (with more to come). Please feel free to introduce yourself and post anything here that may be of interest to the group.

I encourage everyone to visit American Rivers Website:

A Watershed
Image hosting by Photobucket

Group Communication  

  Discussion  (Create New Topic) Posts Last Post
WWF Wild Places of Concern 7 10 years ago
What exactly IS a Watershed?? 9 7 years ago
FrogWatch USA 4 10 years ago
June is National Rivers Month 6 9 years ago
Watershed News 6 7 years ago
More Discussions  »
Host Sharebook

Jun 1
{ else }   Alert: National Rivers Month
by Past Member (0 comments | 0 discussions) — Pop open your tackle box, haul out the canoe, grab a paddle, and then join millions of Americans participating in river trips, festivals, boat races, book readings, and other events nationwide celebrating the gifts of rivers! A sampling of river eve... more »

Mar 20
{ else }   Alert: World Water Day, March 22nd
by Past Member (1 comments | 0 discussions) — World Water Day (WWD) 2006 will be guided by the theme \\\'Water and Culture\\\' under the leadership of UNESCO. World Water Day this Wednesday!Each year, a different United Nations (UN) ag... more »

Jan 2
{ else }   Poll: Restocking the New Orleans Aquarium
by Past Member (1 comments | 0 discussions) — Aquarium restocking after Katrina losses from NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (AP) -- It\\\'s lunchtime and Elvira and Nick are having a quick bite, then it\\\'s back to an afternoon of swimming in their big glass house on the Mississippi River. Their mi... more »

more »
From the Web

BBC News - Science & Environment
EU green light for UK carbon project 1 year ago
New London Zoo cubs in 'rude health' 1 year ago
Artists have unique brain structure 1 year ago
Female osprey returns to Lakes nest 1 year ago
Fire ice: the energy of the future? 1 year ago - Environment
Brian Fallow: Curbing emissions is vital 1 year ago
Helping birds win the battle 1 year ago
Killing of environmental activists rises globally 1 year ago
Dunedin $100m waterfront hotel plans scrapped 1 year ago
Anne Salmond: Muddying the waters on pollution 1 year ago
New Zealand Herald - Conservation International
Rallies to save the lion 1 year ago
Ross Sea deal leaves critics wanting more 2 years ago
Call for ban on Antarctic fishing 3 years ago
Brazil moves to ease rainforest protection laws 4 years ago
Weird new discoveries from Lost World 5 years ago
Member Sharebook
( Use tag: *group:watershedawareness* )
Blog: The Dynamic Great Lakes  

For up to date information about the Great Lakes, visit my blog The Dynamic Great Lakes blog.

You will find information, maps and photos about the ever changing Great Lakes ecosystem and about my book, The Dynamic Great Lakes.

Posted: Sep 29, 2008 10:01am | (1) | (0) |  
{ else }   Message: Minneapolis to Host First Northland Bioneers Conference, Oct. 20 - 22nd  

Visionary and Practical Solutions for Restoring the Earth and People

Leading national and local scientific innovators and environmental visionaries offer practical solutions to the most pressing environmental and social issues of today

When: Friday, Oct. 20, to Sunday, Oct. 22, 2006
Where: Minneapolis Community and Technical College, 1501 Hennepin Ave.
Contact: Media, Sarah Bell Haberman / 612-338-3900

Conference spokesperson, Vonda Vaden / 612-247-1448

Minneapolis, MN - Sept. 6, 2006: - The first-ever Northland Bioneers Conference, Oct. 20-22, will be the epicenter of a movement of people and organizations in the Midwest learning how to protect and sustain their ecosystem by connecting the dots between the environment, health, science, social justice and spirit at the Minneapolis Community and Technical College. Horst M. Rechelbacher, Ann Bancroft and Dr. David Wallinga will be among the local presenters.

In its first year, The Northland Bioneers Conference, is one of 18 regional satellite conferences happening simultaneously across the country serving as a companion event to the 17th annual Bioneers Conference,, out of San Rafael, Calif. Bioneers is the preeminent gathering of leading scientific innovators and environmental visionaries who explore how to heal nature by working with nature. The community-based nature of regional conferences facilitates a vibrant exchange among participants and allows for workshops designed to support individuals and organizations in learning about their own ecosystems, including urban environments, and empowers them to take action locally.

The Northland Bioneers Conference,, offers a weekend of sharing, learning and action. It is a unique and affordable community event that brings together people from all walks of life creating community and working for social change. The conference will feature a live simulcast of the main Bioneers plenaries, enriched with locally produced programs on regional issues, solutions, community dialogue, networking, entertainment, and a green living marketplace.

"We are honored to be organizing this timely event in the Twin Cities," said Vonda Vaden, Northland Bioneers Conference spokesperson. "Our goal for participants is to leave with updated environmental knowledge and a renewed sense of optimism, challenging themselves to adopt new behaviors to restore the Earth and the health of the community."

Ann Bancroft will serve as the conference emcee. Local keynote presenters include Horst M. Rechelbacher, founder of Aveda Corporation and Intelligent Nutrients, Dr. David Wallinga, director of the Antibiotic Resistance Project at the Minneapolis-based Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP); Ronnie Cummins, national director of the Organic Consumers Association; J. Drake Hamilton, science policy director for the private, nonprofit Fresh Energy (formerly Minnesotans for an Energy-Efficient Economy) and Constance Grauds, R.Ph., president of the Association of Natural Medicine Pharmacists. National speakers via satellite include Paul Hawken, Lois Gibbs and Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!

Keynote sessions will explore:

  • Global Warming Solutions
  • Our Children's Bio-based Future: Innovating Beyond Petro, Plastic and Processed Foods
  • Alivelihood: The Art of Sustainable Success
  • Positive Signs That Point to a Second American Revolution; One That Will Unite World Citizens Toward Planetary Health
  • Ecological Medicine

The Northland Bioneers Conference is sponsored by many organizations practicing sustainability including Horst Rechelbacher Foundation, Intelligent Nutrients, Northern Sun Merchandising, Earthfusion, and Utne magazine. The event is designed for anyone committed to solving environmental and social problems through a reciprocal partnership with nature.

Cost for this year's three-day conference is $150 before October 1. For the full program or to register, visit

For further information, contact:
Media and interviews: Sarah Bell Haberman

Northland Bioneers Conference Spokesperson: Vonda Vaden

Posted: Oct 11, 2006 9:09am | (1) | (0) |  
more »
No friend members
All members in

Our sponsors help keep this site free!


Our sponsors help keep this site free!