Liz serves as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the For the Love of the Lake foundation. Liz is originally from Tampa, Florida, and graduated from Southern Methodist University with a degree in Business Administration. Since graduation, Liz has been a Dallas local and resides near White Rock Lake. Prior to joining … Continue reading Meet Liz Sullivan!
A celebration for friends, family, and community in honor of 25 years and over 300 Second Saturday clean-ups at White Rock Lake hosted by For the Love of the Lake foundation. After a one-year delay during the Pandemic, on our 26th year, For the Love of the Lake foundation got the opportunity to celebrate our 25 … Continue reading 25th Anniversary Celebration
Get your hands dirty while networking with environmental organizations! Email email@example.com to find out more! Meet up is at the Bath House Cultural Center at White Rock Lake Park (521 E. Lawther).
We can’t say it often enough! We love our AWESOME volunteers! Look at the trash collected on March 9 by seventh graders at the JL Long National Junior Honor Society clean up day! Thank you Emma Petteway for sharing your pics! That’s some serious trash!
We have awesome volunteers! Thank you SMU Women’s Rowing Team for your hard work on Saturday, March 9.
We are so grateful to our Adopt-A-Shoreline groups who help keep each section of the lake clean! CDM Smith is an environmental engineering firm volunteering as a team to keep the dog park clean!
So flattered that @dallasites101 has recognized us for helping build an accessible playground for children of all abilities at Flag Pole Hill. If you haven’t checked it out, pencil us into your spring picnic plans!
We think of all the people and families who show their love by visiting and cleaning up White Rock Lake Park! Also, thousands of couples taking photos… ❤️💙❤️ Happy Valentine’s Day to the lake and to all the lake lovers out there!
January 19, 2019. Frigid temperatures and a wicked wind from the north did not scare these volunteers! We gave 13 new trees a beautiful new home in the Celebration Tree Grove. Volunteers planted 6 bald cypress, 2 Chinquapin Oak, 1 Mexican Plum, 3 Oklahoma redbuds, and 1 Burr Oak. Thanks again Marci Novak, Pam King, … Continue reading Planting New Trees!
Check out the little dudes showing up in the early morning cold for our first Second Saturday Spruce-Up of 2019! We love cultivating the next generation of FTLOTL and having families and schools help us out.