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November
November 1, 2017
Lake Michigan Fisheries Workshop
Hammond, IN
Calling all anglers, charter captains, and lake enthusiasts! Learn about research on salmon stocking, migration, reproduction, and feeding, as well as the reintroduction of native ciscos, and the economic impact and value of recreational fishing in southern Lake Michigan. This workshop is hosted by Purdue University and the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant.
Contact: Mitch Zischke
Phone: 765-494-9717
E-mail: mzischke@purdue.edu

November 4, 2017
Go Gary Project Tour
Chicago, IL
So much exciting work is underway in Gary, Indiana to make the city greener, stronger, and more resilient! Delta Institute wants to show you some of this work firsthand and introduce you to the individuals and organizations leading the charge. Please plan to join us for a tour of our Gary-collaborations, including stops at a poplar tree farm and the Steel City Salvage Pop-Up Shop. The tour will also visit Gary's newest project, City Church Ruins Garden, a 2017 Knight Cities Challenge Grant recipient.
Contact: Amy Yanow
Phone: (312) 554-0900
E-mail: ayanow@delta-institute.org

November 6-10, 2017
State of Lake Michigan Conference and Great Lakes Beach Association Conference
Green Bay, WI
The 2017 State of Lake Michigan Conference will also feature the annual meeting of the Great Lakes Beach Association, and other associated workshops and field trips. SOLM 17 will be the first in an annual series of State of Lake conferences aimed at promoting linkages between the science and policy communities.
Contact: Christine Manninen
Phone: 734-475-6917
E-mail: christine@iaglr.org

November 8, 2017
The Current Webinar: Conservation Practice Tracking for the Mississippi River Basin
Webinar
This webinar will give an overview of conservation and water quality tracking across the Mississippi and Atchafalaya River Basin (MARB). Discussion will focus on the overall need for tracking and what is being done on the state and regional level. The goal is to add power to the conservation story by showing the combined impact of all of our efforts.
Contact: Anne Nardi
Phone: 608-262-1377
E-mail: anardi@wisc.edu

November 15, 2017
Lake Michigan Fisheries Workshop
Michigan City, IN
Calling all anglers, charter captains, and lake enthusiasts! Learn about research on salmon stocking, migration, reproduction, and feeding, as well as the reintroduction of native ciscos, and the economic impact and value of recreational fishing in southern Lake Michigan. This workshop is hosted by Purdue University and the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant.
Contact: Mitch Zischke
Phone: 765-494-9717
E-mail: mzischke@purdue.edu

November 30, 2017
NaturePlay: Taking Childhood Back
Duluth, MN
The experience of nature is a critical issue in the lives of our children. Explore the "extinction of experience" - a widespread concern that many children have diminished contact with nature in their daily routines and what this might mean for childhood development. At this event, there will be a screening of the award-winning film, NaturePlay: Taking Childhood Back. Following the film, the presenters will highlight some local research and programming that is studying and supporting nature play for children in our region. The event is free and open to the public.
Contact: Tom Berry
Phone: 218-726-7677
E-mail: tberry@d.umn.edu


 

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