Registration is now open for the 2016 Annual Conference & Meeting, October 14 & 15 at the lovely Spring House Inn in Porter, Indiana. Anyone with an interest in the Great Lakes, including all League members and their guests, is invited to attend.
Come for field trips, the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, speakers, the arts, and more. See the schedule and registration information on the 2016 Annual Conference page.
Reserve a room at the Inn on your own by calling (219) 929-4600.
Watch Climate Change, Water & Nature's Solutions
"The single biggest near term issue regarding climate is water," said Lynn Scarlett, The Nature Conservancy's Global Managing Director of Public Policy. She spoke to over 150 League members from across the country in Washington D.C. on June 18, 2016. Learn about the regional problems caused or exacerbated by climate change in this video, and be inspired by the collaborative solutions she presents.
For a closer look at Lynn's slide presentation (pdf, no audio), click here.
Leagues are taking actions to address climate change and water in their communities. See many examples on the Member Resources page.
The Native Plants Tour is Sold Out!
To get on the waiting list in case there are any cancellations, click here.
To see details about the tour, go to the Native Plants Tour page.
To get on our mailing list and get early notice about upcoming events, sign up on the bottom of the page!
100 Meetings for 100 Years
The League of Women Voters will celebrate its 100th Anniversary in 2020! LWVLMR, our members, and the LWV Upper Mississippi Region will hold 100 public education meetings on water-related topics to commemorate this amazing milestone.
Contact us for more information or for help in finding a speaker.
Local Leagues, please help us meet this goal by sending in a brief report on your meetings.