KWEN Quarterly Newsletter

KWEN Quarterly will be published on our website just prior to our quarterly meetings and the content will be submissions based. We hope this will grow into an avenue for you to share the environmental work and events in your life that are exciting to you! Click on the link below to view or download the newsletter.

KWEN Quarterly, Edition 5

The fifth edition of KWEN Quarterly is full of wonderful events and updates, as well as a look at our year in review. We cover the first year of contributing memberships, Leadership Team transition, and area spring events. As always, the majority of content in the newsletter is submitted by our members!

KWEN Quarterly, Edition 4

The fourth edition of KWEN Quarterly gives exciting updates about our members’ projects and successes. You’ll learn more about the KWEN Book Club, Green Drinks Lawrence, and a shoulder-to-shoulder mentoring opportunity being offered to KWEN members. Happy reading!

KWEN Quarterly, Edition 3

The third issue of KWEN Quarterly addresses how to recognize our inspirational “sparks” that pull us to action on behalf of the environment, including the sparks that will help guide KWEN through its third year. This edition also covers details from the KWEN Leadership Team retreat, art and creative essays by members, upcoming event announcements and reports on recent events and successes of several members.

KWEN Quarterly, Edition 2

The second issue of KWEN Quarterly features KWEN members who have received honors, details the Leadership Team transition, and provides various avenues for getting involved and making a difference through the many organizations KWEN members participate in.

KWEN Quarterly, Edition 1

The first issue of KWEN Quarterly features stories relating to environmental policy in the state, and initiatives from group member organizations that target future policy outcome. Some of the highlighted projects do not impact policy directly, but educate and connect others to environmental issues – a necessary step in shaping the environmental future we all hope to see.

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