Superior Rivers Watershed Association is co-hosting the Lake Superior agenda for Wisconsin Water Week with the Lake Superior Collaborative!
Wisconsin Water Week will attempt to bring together a wide net of people who care for our water. The first ever Wisconsin Water Week will feature 3 days of content-rich presentations and panels on Monday-Wednesday. Monday will emphasize “Water Cycles,” including groundwater and climate, the two largest but mostly invisible pieces of our shared water inheritance. Tuesday will explore “Water Bodies,” delving into the science of monitoring and managing lakes, rivers, wetlands, and watersheds, and evaluating their health. This includes the flora and fauna in and around these water bodies and how they interact. Wednesday will focus on “Water Actions,” featuring examples and stories from the field that demonstrate how people and communities are tackling water challenges – even during these turbulent times. Thursday’s agenda will feature 10 regionally-focused sessions; you choose which one(s) to attend. Friday’s agenda will include local action-oriented meetings and events.
Superior Rivers Watershed Association and the Lake Superior Collaborative are working together to bring you the Thursday Lake Superior Agenda for Wisconsin Water Week on March 11th.
We have an exciting schedule of presentations lined up for you, all focusing on local water issues and featuring local and regional speakers and experts. We are especially thrilled to bring you our keynote speaker, Dr. Nancy Langston, and her presentation “Sustaining Lake Superior: Hope for the Future in a Warming World.”