What a wonderful opportunity to learn about Lake Superior – the natural history, the ecology, and the economics.
Three experts from Northland College and Wisconsin Sea Grant will be your educators on all things Superior.
Lake Superior is a globally unique resource containing diverse ecosystems with growing political influence via the freshwater “blue economy”. If these waters could talk will take participants on an in-depth exploration of Lake Superior, from the formation of the lakes millennia ago to the interactions of native and introduced freshwater organisms today. The seminar will also cover the economics of the lake and look to the future of water quality and quantity in changing climatic and political times. Participants will be engaged through interactive discussions and provided with resources to continue exploring Lake Superior beyond our four-class seminar.
The class consists of 4 sessions on February 1, 8, 15, and 22, 2023 the Hurley High School Auditorium.
This is truly an outstanding opportunity for just $10!
In the event of inclement weather, class will be offered on Zoom.
Register for the class at feuniversity.org.