Do you enjoy learning about lakes? If so, spend Friday, June 23 among professionals and those who love lakes to do just that, at the NW Wisconsin Lakes Conference
The 25th Anniversary Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference begins with a celebration of the partnership’s history and a reflective look at why people love lakes and rivers. Looking forward 25 years, how can we act more holistically to protect people, lakes, and the wildlife that depend upon them? The true beauty of Northwoods’ lakes is like a collage of sunrises and sunsets punctuated with memories like family campfires, fishing, and watersports, but it is also deeply rooted in the surrounding forests and wildlife. Many of these memories fuel our love of lakes and motivate people to keep them healthy.
"Look Beyond the Shore" - Christian Cold, Retired WDNR Wildlife Educator: Chris Cold is one of the state's most knowledgeable wildlife experts; he has inspired many during his 30+ year career and continues to share his knowledge with schools and other conservation organizations, often in tandem with wild or rehabilitated companions. Cold will inspire attendees to look beyond the shore, adopting and sharing a sustainable conservation ethic with others.
Breakout session offer addition opportunities to learn about lake-related topics from local experts and educators. For session details, see the brochure (pdf) – sessions and schedule on page two.
There are 3 speakers each session (so grab 3 friends and cover all topics as a team!). Cost: $45 (lunch provided); Student Cost: $10 (lunch provided).
Mail In Registration: If pay by check, must be received by June 16: Attn NWLC Registration, Cathie Erickson, W550 Walter Road, Stone Lake WI 54876
Or register and pay online: https://nwwislakesconference.org
Online registration closes June 16.