Posting Policy

Posting Policy from Board Meeting 4/15/19:   Our mission is to organize a community based approach to preserve and continuously improve Lake Manawa State Park, to educate the public regarding the issues impacting their quality of life, the health of their air, land, and water and encourage participation in achieving the stated goals, and to support the implementation of goals established by the public and the Friends of Lake Manawa committee.   Guidelines for posting to Facebook page:   1. This group was created to celebrate the beauty to preserve Lake Manawa State Park. It isn’t a place for promoting your business, or a place to sell equipment, or a place to argue or make fun of others. 2. Please respect the rules and treat people with respect, just like you would if you were standing next to them and not on the internet. 3. No Links, Hashtags, Solicitation, or Illegal Activities. 4. No multiple off-topic posts or repetitive posts that is copied and pasted. 5. Be courteous. Disparaging remarks to Admins or other Members will be means for immediate removal. 6. Any usage of profanity is an automatic removal of a post and block of future posts. 7. No drama. We don’t limit free speech, we limit drama. Treat people with respect.   Thank...

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Dream Playground Re-Imagined Pickets

Pickets available for Dream Playground Re-imagined.  Please consider donating $100/picket in support of the Dream Playground. Follow the donation button and enter what you would like on the picket on the comment section (up to 22 Characters, including spaces. Names, Family Names, Business/Organization Names Only!)...

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Lake Manawa Dredge Test – 2016

Specific questions about the upcoming Lake Manawa Dredge should be directed to Park Manager Dan Jacobs at 712-366-0220 Tentative Dredge Schedule is as follows: March 16th to April 1st: containment site prep, processing plant setup at containment site, run pipes from lake to containment site to carry dredge material. April 1st – April 10th: Dredge arrival and setup April 10th – Dredge will begin, operation will continue for approximately 120 days. The dredge will run 24 hours a day, 6 days a week. Other than closing part of the south boat ramp area for the week the dredge arrives, all boat ramps will be open. Hazard Zone Markers: Boat Landing Signs PDF: Boat Landing Signs The link below is the buoy plan for the dredge operation. There will be five acres around the dredge and the area around the pipeline where boat traffic will be restricted. The pass through area between the dredge and the North point will be indicated by green and red buoys. Lake Manawa In-Lake Buoy Plan Document (Word): Lake Manawa In Lake Buoy Plan Specific questions about the upcoming Lake Manawa Dredge should be directed to Park Manager Dan Jacobs at...

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