The public is invited to JDCF’s annual meeting on Saturday, April 7th, 2018 beginning with a social hour at 4:30 PM. Our keynote speaker will be Jon Greendeer, Former President and current Executive Director of Heritage Preservation of the Ho-Chunk Nation. Jon is a proud member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, a student of the Ho-Chunk language, and traditional way of life. A musician, cyclist, woodworker, drone pilot, and bow hunter, Jon believes in building a life around activity and the outdoors. He earned his Associates Degree from University of Wisconsin Marathon County in 2001 and later, his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point which has helped him develop his interest in state and federal relations with tribes.
We will also be honoring Joan Harmet, the recipient of the 2018 Nancy Hamill Winter Conservation Leadership Award. The cost is $45/per person and includes a buffet dinner. Cash bar available. Please call the JDCF office at 815.858.9100 for RSVP’s.