Caroline recently stepped down as a member of MWC where she represented the Lake of Bays Association since 2010. During her 12 years as a MWC member, Caroline was very active in MWC, attending MWC, Working Group and sub-committee meetings, leading numerous FrogWatch workshops, writing articles, giving presentations, providing input into educational initiatives, and being a liaison between MWC and LOBA, who has been a great supporter of MWC for many years, no doubt in part due to Caroline’s efforts. While she no longer officially sits on MWC, we know we can continue to count on her as a volunteer.
Despite all that Caroline has done for MWC, it pales in comparison to what she has done for LOBA as the Chair of their Environment Committee, including writing articles for the LOBA newsletter, implementing programs for shoreline renaturalization, FrogWatch, and invasive species, assisting with water quality monitoring, and responding to countless inquiries from LOBA members about environmental issues. Caroline is a great example of what a watershed steward should be and MWC would like to thank her for everything she has done, and continues to do, to protect watershed health.
Congratulations Caroline and thank you!
photo above: MWC Chair Peter Sale (L) presents
Caroline Konarzewski with the stewardship award