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Farewell Miss Maumee – Save Maumee’s Annual Fundraiser

Save Maumee’s Annual Fundraiser ~Farewell Miss Maumee~ OUTDOORS RAIN OR SHINE Saturday April 24, 2021 3pm-10pm LOCATION: 501 Rose Ave.  New Haven, IN 46774 ~ DO NOT GO DOWN WEST STREET ~ Drive down "The Lane” which is between Heartland Communities Farm field and the brick farm house, just east of West Street. The fundraiser this year should be quite a show! BANDS & PERFORMANCE ART *Estimated Times  3pm - Kyle Haller Band 3:45p.m. - Grateful Groove 5:00p.m.- The Debutants 5:45p.m. - Elle/the Remnant 6:30p.m. - Know no oth3r  7:00p.m. - Belly Dancing by: - Lori of Troupe Zephyr - Zosia - Troupe Metanoia A Farewell To Miss Maumee! 7:45p.m. - El Camino Hot Tub  8:15p.m. - Los Lemons 9:00p.m. - Danielle Frederick 9:30p.m. - PyroScope Event Tickets $10 <10 years old FREE Parking is limited Come CELEBRATE with us as we wave au’ revoir as Abigail King takes a break in 2021! Brent Warner & Abby are engaged and leaving the USA on April 28! They plan to live a modest Tico lifestyle in Costa Rica for 1 year and promises to return by mid 2022. Goals include living among plants and animals while nestled on a 60 mile landmass separatingRead more

Callery Pear Invasive Removal over 2 days

Callery Pear Invasive Removal over 2 days
2 Day Callery Pear Tree INVASIVE REMOVAL! Friday October 4, 2019 & Saturday October 5, 2019 BOTH DAYS 9am-4pm LOCATION: Deetz Nature Preserve, 7801-8499 Parrott Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46803 (almost to New Haven)  CROSS STREET WHERE DEETZ NATURE PRESERVE T’s at HARTZELL ROAD and where east PARROTT ROAD TURNS INTO ROSE AVE  ALWAYS ~ RAIN OR SHINE                In October 2018, Save Maumee, New Haven Parks Dept., The Nature Conservancy and Little River Wetlands Project and about 30 volunteers worked to remove invasive species along the ditches, streams, prairie and forest at Deetz Nature Preserve. Learn to identify and remove large callery pear, bush asian honeysuckle and autumn olive! For two days we helped others to identify and remove plants that compete with natural ecosystems. Thank you so much! Being present is the most important thing you can do to be an integral part of the environment! See the 409 trees we have already planted along the streambanks! THANK YOU TO LUSH COSMETICSWhy are they removing these trees?   Crayfish hole healthy moss beautiful day! Pres. broke her foot, but can still be effective with a muddy paw! Lush water bottles passed out by the ladiesRead more

Canoe Clean-Up, Can YOU Clean-Up?

Canoe Clean-Up, Can YOU Clean-Up?
11th Annual Canoe Clean-Up, Can YOU Clean-Up? SEPTEMBER 8, 2018 ALWAYS RAIN OR SHINE Save Ma_mee ~ The only thing missing is U! Sunday, September 09, 2018 1:00 am 3 dozen people help pull litter from St. Marys SHERRY SLATER | The Journal Gazette Some situations are simply unacceptable. That's how Abigail Frost-King sees it. In 2000, she bought a house near Anthony Boulevard, a place with a backyard that bordered the Maumee River. The property map identified the area as Maumee riverbank, anyway, but Frost-King wasn't so sure. “I thought I bought a house next to a dump site because there was so much trash,” she recalled. The president and founder of Save Maumee Grassroots Organization decided she couldn't count on anyone else to tackle the trash. She had to get involved. And she knew she would get more support from elected officials if she formed a group. Frost-King and her fellow Save Maumee members spent a soggy Saturday removing debris from the St. Marys River and its riverbanks, the organization's 11th annual cleanup effort. Since 2005, the group has removed more than 32,000 pounds of trash from the three local rivers. “This is kind of a fun event, because usuallyRead more