Learn Something New Everyday and Then Teach Others

Learn Something New Everyday and Then Teach Others

 

Life is full for Karin Wulkowicz and she shares it freely with others everyday, which is quite possibly, a trait she inherited from her Dad, Kaz, or Casimir Wulkowicz.  Karin is a Master Gardener and now has been charged with setting up a Master Watershed Steward Program for Berks County through the Penn State Extension Office in Leesport.  She says the goal is to train citizen scientists! As the coordinator Karin will be looking for volunteers and for partner organizations. Her team of volunteers will help fill the needs of the partner organizations like Berks Nature and The Conservation District. Education is the primary focus of the Master Watershed Steward Program and there will also be plenty of opportunities to go outside and get dirty too … cleaning up ponds and doing riparian plantings. Tune in and find out what you can do everyday to be a valuable watershed steward.

In addition to her work in the Master Gardener and Master Watershed Programs at Penn State Extension Office, Karin is also a professional licensed landscaper, and a volunteer at Hawk Mountain and the Reading Public Museum. She also hosts her weekly radio show, ‘Karin’s Music Festival’ on WEEU. Karin can be reached at 610-378-1327.

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