Bald Eagle Day held
Approximately 1,200 people attended the Bald Eagle Day event held over the weekend at Central College and Lake Red Rock. People from at least 44 different communities were in attendance. Those attending got an up-close look at a live bald eagle and other raptors. Staff from the University of Minnesota’s Raptor Center shared amazing details about how these birds “make a living.” Environmental Educator Mike Havlik presented the program, “Big Owls Hoot, Little Owls Toot” and “What Do Birds Have to Teach Us?” during the event. Other event highlights included the Pella Wildlife Company’s live bat shows, incredible wildlife photography by Ron Huelse, information about the new eagle nest cam at Red Rock, kids craft activities and an “environmental fair” featuring numerous environmental groups, agencies and other vendors.
- Iowa's 'Black Gold' This is the first of a series of articles written by the Red Rock Lake Association's "Save the Lake Committee", by Mark Thompson When European settlers first arrived in what is now Iowa, they encountered a vast sea of grasses and flowers, with sca
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3M Donates to Lake Association
Representatives from 3M, the Red Rock Lake Association, the US Army Corps of Engineers and Central College gathered at North Overlook Campground this morning as 3M presented a $30,000 donation to a cooperative natural playscape project.
Update: Volunteers to work on playscape tomorrow
As reported last night, 3M is donating $30,000 to the Red Rock Lake Association on Monday to aid in the development of a natural playscape at North Overlook at the lake. A volunteer service day has been confirmed for Saturday.
3M to donate to Lake Association
Matt Kissinger with the Red Rock Lake Association has informed us that 3M will present the organization with a grant of $30,000 on Monday morning.
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