Photo exhibit tells story of Watershed Partnership

Photographer Kay Herbst Helms tells the story of Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership through photographs. This is a group of people from diverse backgrounds – farmers, SWCD, EPA, county government, a college professor, watershed residents, county park users and others who who share a common interest in the health of the water in this particular watershed.

Herbst Helms’ photos will be on exhibit thanks to a Career Development Grant from Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council.

Says Kay:
“I hope my photographs provoke questions and encourage conversation, as well as provide inspiration and incentive to get involved in water issues.”

Exhibit runs through March 1-17
March 3, 7-9 p.m: Artist reception March 3
March 8, 6 p.m: presentation by the Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership

Kay Herbst Helms was a recipient of a Career Development Grant from Prairie Lake Regional Arts Council with funding from the McKnight Foundation.

Link to Carnegie Art Center