Preserving the Yellow Dog Watershed
in its most natural state for the use of the public,
now, and for the benefit of future generations.

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Fall 2014 Howl Newsletter

10 Oct , 2014  

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The leaves have changed here in the Upper Midwest, and you can hear whispers of winter when you step out onto your doorstep. Days are getting shorter and the air is much cooler, but don’t worry, reading the latest newsletter from Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve is sure to warm your heart. It is full of good deeds made by wonderful people dedicated to protecting places they love. Take a look at the online version of the Fall 2014 Version 18, Issue 2 and consider renewing your membership or contributing to our several funds here to help keep us going. More…

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