for the Marshfield Area
Our permanent pharmaceutical collection is now located at the Marshfield Police Department.
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Jim Benson, Don Beyer, Mark Borchardt, Harry Borgman, Jean Coy, Sheri Denowski, Ron Dickrell, Tom Drendel, Val Eiden, Ed Englehart, Susan Fenhaus, Marge Frankland, Georgette Frazer, Terri Hamus, Amber Huber, Cathy Lotzer, Sue Meyer, Kent Mueller, Bridget O'Brien, Joseph Pacovsky, Gary Plank, Jane Reigel, Norb Salamonski, Jerry Tetzlaff, Tom Turchi, Dave Wasserburger, Gus Wenzel, Cathy Wingert
Minutes from Previous Meetings
The Groundwater Guardian program is sponsored by the national Groundwater Foundation, a private non-profit educational organization that informs and motivates people to care about and for water. The program supports, recognizes, and connects communities protecting groundwater. It is designed to empower local citizens and communities to take voluntary steps toward protecting their groundwater resources. Groundwater Guardian is an annually earned designation for communities which exhibit a participatory approach to protecting groundwater resources.
To achieve Groundwater Guardian designation a community must form a local Groundwater Guardian Team, prepare and submit an annual entry form, work with community leaders to develop and implement Result Oriented Activities (ROAs), begin implementation of the ROAs within the community, and prepare and submit an annual report.
Groundwater Guardians for the Marshfield Area have received the designation as a "Groundwater Guardian Community" each year since 1997.
Groundwater Guardians for the Marshfield Area continue to meet on a regular basis and plan for current and future ROAs. One of our many goals is for this organization to continue to work together and gain Groundwater Guardian designation for our community for many years to come.
If you are interested in joining our organization or have comments or suggestions, please contact Cathy Lotzer.