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Kosciusko Water and Woodland Invasive Partnership (KWWIP) accepted a donation from Crossroads Bank on Thursday. The partnership is a new local invasive species management group that has been created as part of a statewide program to control the spread of harmful invasive plants on land and in water. KWWIP is accepting new members and community sponsors to help combat local invasive species problems. Follow KWWIP on Facebook at facebook.com/KWWIP to find the link to the membership form and to stay up to date on current projects. Pictured (L to R) are Caitlin Yoder, community engagement specialist, Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams; Peggy Wihebrink, KWWIP president; Lyn Crighton, director, The Watershed Foundation; Kim Bolt, universal banker; John Warren, SVP business development officer; Stan Moore, board member, Kosciusko County SWCD; Beth Madding, branch manager; Andrea Baker, field technician, Kosciusko SWCD; Robyn Palmer, vice president commercial lender.