NORTH WEBSTER — A Wawasee High School ninth grader has won Kosciusko Water and Woodland Invasive Partnership’s logo contest.
KWWIP’s Education and Outreach Committee announces that Zachary Ringler submitted the winning logo.
Ringler has always been involved in graphic design and is also taking graphic design classes at WHS. While he has never been really active in environmental work, he is now finding it to be very interesting.
This competition was open to all Kosciusko county schools.
KWWIP is a new organization formed to “build community support to protect the land and water in Kosciusko County from non-native invasive species.”
For more information or to become a KWWIP member, contact Peggy Wihebrink at [email protected] or visit KWWIP’s Facebook page.