Groundwater Guardian for Your Community and Business

Presented on Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Everyone relies on groundwater, personally and professionally, and it’s our job to protect it. The Groundwater Guardian program offers an opportunity for everyone to protect groundwater in their community. Being a Groundwater Guardian gives you tools for local groundwater education and action, recognition for your efforts, ways to leverage your designation, and 25 years of program success. This workshop will address why you should be a Groundwater Guardian, how the program works, and how you/your company can apply.

Jennifer Wemhoff
The Groundwater Foundation, Lincoln, NE
Jennifer Wemhoff is the Program Communications Manager for the Groundwater Foundation. In her 20 years with the Foundation, Wemhoff has led a variety of groundwater education and protection programs and projects, working with communities across the U.S. on local groundwater activities, fostering the next generation of groundwater stewards, developing tools and resources, and raising awareness about groundwater. She currently oversees the Foundation’s communications, including publications, website, and social media. She holds a BA in Communications from Doane College.

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