Wow!! That’s all we can say about the riparian mosaic being installed on one of the fish walls along the streamwalk at the MK Nature Center. Created by local artist Anna Webb and funded by the Friends of MK Nature Center and the Boise City Department of Arts & History, it will be available for viewing from July 13 on. It will be a gorgeous piece of public art at the Nature Center and a wonderful educational resource as well. The Friends of MK Nature Center is grateful to our many donors who have helped to make this possible. In addition, the Friends group supported this past year’s AmeriCorps member, Brian Lawless, who has been a terrific educational resource at the Nature Center. And we will support another AmeriCorps member in the upcoming year. This position helps to provide expanded educational programming for the community. Speaking of grateful, we are also grateful to our donors who contributed to the Friends group through this year’s Idaho Gives campaign. As a result, we are well on our way to moving forward with our next big project, updating the interpretive signage at the Nature Center. See a list of our generous donors on page 10. If you’re not already a member of the Friends of MK Nature Center, please consider joining us and supporting the important work of the MK Nature Center. You can do so through our website — friendsofmknc.org— or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will send you a reply envelope.
Joyce Harvey-Morgan, Board Member, FOMKNC