The Blanchardville Public Library’s summer theme is “Library’s Rock” which makes the art exhibit depicting the hydrologic cycle perfect. Ten community artists came together (confluence) to create a beautiful and educational exhibit illustrating elements of the hydrologic cycle — our “water ways.” [Read more…] about Confluence, our Water Ways in art
The Karst Workshop offered by the Lafayette County Conservation and Zoning Office on March 30, 2017 was a full house with around 65 attendees. Two important points were conveyed to the audience: an understanding of what a karst landscape means and how this affects your well and drinking water. [Read more…] about Karst and Groundwater: What does this mean to you?