Conference focuses on lake conservancyTake your love of the water to Spooner High School on Friday for the Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference.
Take your love of the water to Spooner High School on Friday for the Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference.
A variety of sessions highlight what citizens can do to conserve northern Wisconsin’s precious waterways. From learning about Citizen Conservation to Effective Coalition and Collaboration, to learning about lake science and managing aquatic invasive species, the day-long conference highlights what every citizen needs to know about lake conservation.
The regional event offers many opportunities for lake enthusiasts, local government officials and others interested in protecting water resources to attend a number of educational sessions.
Two-time National Conservationist of the Year and past national president of the Izaak Walton League, David Zentner, leads off the morning with an overview of “Citizen Conservation in Divisive Political Times.”
The registration fee is $40 and includes admission, program materials, a continental breakfast and lunch.
To register or learn more, call Wisconsin Lakes at (608) 661-4313 or visit www.wisconsinlakes.org. For detailed information on the conference program and speakers, call John Haack at (715) 635-7406 or email john.haack@