Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance412 E. 9th StreetLawrence, KS 66044(785) 840-0700Fax: (785) firstname.lastname@example.org
KVHA StaffAlison Reber
, Executive Director
Board of Directors
, Public Affairs
6th Annual Kansas Farmer’s Market Conference
Monday, February 5, 2007, 10 am to 4 pm at the public library in Topeka at 1515 SW10th Ave. Speaker: Larry Johnson, a flower grower and manager of Dane CountyFarmers’ Market in Madison, Wisconsin. Topics will include marketing tips, chefdemonstrations, electronic newsletters, Electronic Benefits Transfer systems & spe-cial events.
OSHER Institute for Continuing Education class
Thursdays , February 22, March 1 & March 8 from 7-9 p.m. Taught by Alison Reber,Executive Director of KVHA & Bob Burkhart, KVHA board member. The three-partclass will address past, present and future relationships among people and waterfrom the Westport Landing to the Wakarusa Watershed River Crossing."StoryTech" (1950-2049).
Oregon-California Trail Association(OCTA) workshop
OCTA’s preservation training program covers three aspects of trail preservation:mapping, marking and monitoring (the 3Ms). Two-day( May 5-6) workshop coveringthe Lawrence area. If interested contact Travis Boley at email@example.com.
7th Annual Student Gathering, Friday April 6
High School student event that combines learning, col-laboration & stewardship. Hosted by StreamLink. Inter-ested science teachers please call our office, 785-840-0700.
StreamLink Mudscapes Events:
April 12, WABCO Wet & Wild, Mission ValleyApril 13, Hillsdale Watershed FestivalApril 20, E.A.R.T.H. Watershed Festival, Dickinson CoMay 2, Osage City Water Festival
KVHA Calendar (in brief…)
For nine years I've watched many KVHA projects begin and can happily report that I've seen very few end. It's not that we haven't gotten anything done. Many final project reports have been written.The reports have careful boundaries, dates on a calendar. We have to untangle time to separate the strands of projects from one another. Projects wind around one another, seamless and yet distinct.Like hand spun yarn, continuity is a thing of beauty.I am extremely proud of 2006. People and projects seemed to fit and the days seemed full of energy. However, I can’t point to a single day on the calendar when we were successful.Success doesn’t come in simple, measurable increments. It’s not just about plan- ning ahead. It’s about anticipation….and it’s about being ready for change.In this newsletter, the projects are interwoven to give readers a sense of the cohe- sion that hallmarked 2006. The dividends of continuity will play out in 2007.We anticipate success, we have planned for success, and we’re ready for whatever contingencies come our way. Welcome 2007!
Alison Reber, Executive Director
A Note from the Director...