Join the Arrowhead Chapter of Wild Ones at Hartley Nature Center for Every Puddle to the Lake: the St. Louis River Estuary in your backyard! Presented by Deanna Erickson, Education Coordinator, Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve.
UW-Madison Division of Extension, Natural Resources Institute.
Hartley Nature Center, 6:30 pm socialize, 7 pm program. The public is welcome!
The mouth of the St. Louis River is the largest estuary in the entire Great Lakes and feeds the largest surface of freshwater on earth. Learn more about this incredible feature of our watershed. Discover what we can do to address cumulative effects, the problems that result when impacts like stormwater runoff and legacy pollution combine, and learn more about what we as a community are doing to restore health to the estuary.
Deanna Erickson serves as the Education Coordinator at the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve. As the Education Coordinator, Deanna plans, implements and evaluates the Reserve education program. This includes the Rivers2Lake Education program, which provides mentoring to teachers in outdoor and place-based education based on Lake Superior, and the Lake Superior Estuarium, an exhibit hall located on Barkers Island in Superior, WI.