To celebrate, Kris Olsson and her husband David Moran establish the Watershed Resilience Endowment Fund for HRWC!

Woman in a tree smilingFor 31 years, HRWC has benefited from Kris’ ability to patiently teach us how to keep our natural areas pristine. As she begins the next chapter, Kris and Dave extend their generosity once again by establishing the Watershed Resilience Endowment Fund. Words cannot express how grateful we are for this remarkable gift. two people smiling with trail mapThis fund will shine a bright light for water stewards and river champions to follow forever. It ensures that HRWC will always have resources to be effective guardians of the Huron River and its watershed.

Thank you for joining Kris’ fight to protect our natural areas forever.

Pictured: Kris found joy in nature at a young age. She attributes her life-long passion for nature to watching National Geographic TV specials and “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom.”/ Kris and Dave paddle the Huron River Water Trail every year. In 2022 they paddled (and pedaled) the entire Water Trail over one season making it to the Huron 104 official trail register. They both look forward to many more paddles in retirement.