You can walk for water on Saturday, September 17 with the first ever Central Wisconsin Water Walk organized by the Central Wisconsin Nature Foundation.

This ten-mile walk is to make us aware of our precious water supply and how we need to care for it.

The Central Wisconsin Nature Foundation is a group working with the town of Rome and the Wisconsin River Power Company to preserve Twin Lakes Nature Preserve. They have made a trail, built a little free library and plan to build a nature center on the property located off of Adams County Z.

The Central Wisconsin Nature Foundation is non-political. Preserving clean water is every one’s responsibility. Water is the basis of life.

Here are the directions for the walk. Begin on the dam between Lake Camelot and Lake Sherwood south of Adams County d. The walk ends at Barnum Bay on Lake Petenwell.

The walk begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, September 17.

For more information you may contact Patt Pisellini at patt74@wctc.net

Or Reesa Evans at rgemp1@yahoo.com