Good News to all our Happy Tonics fans
September 25, 2013 at 1:40 am (Happy Tonics, Monarch Butterfly Habitat, Shell Lake WI)
Tags: City of Shell Lake WI, Executive Director, Fitcburg MA, grants, Happy Tonics, Inc. Environmental Education, MA, Mary Ellen Ryall, Monarch Butterfly Habitat, Native Plants, Nonprofit 501(c)(3), Public charity, Road Right-of-Ways, Route 63, Sandy Stein, WI, WI DOT
Today, 24 September 2013, I was reinstated as Executive Director of Happy Tonics, Inc. a nonprofit 501(c)(3) environmental education organization and public charity. We are growing in MA and I needed to receive grant monies I apply for under our own umbrella. I received two grants thus far and first one I had to put under another nonprofit’s umbrella.
Sandy Stein copyright Happy Tonics
The nonprofit is handling many programs already in WI, including managing a Monarch Butterfly Habitat and collaborating with City of Shell Lake on widening Route 63, which leads into Shell Lake, going past the Habitat. Sandy Stein, secretary, will attend a meeting in Shell Lake to address widening of road right-of-ways that will affect the Habitat.
She will send a report after the meeting to keep me up-to-date. I have already been engaged with Shell Lake in requesting that the disturbed road right-of-ways need to be planted with native seed. If any of the hard-scape and landscaping is moved, than it is up to the City of Shell Lake and WI DOT to remove/replace what ever is infringed upon.
Be happy Insectamonarca friends where ever you are.