Attend The 2022 Wisconsin Lakes And Rivers Conference
April 6-8, In-Individual Or Just about
MADISON, Wis. – The Division of Pure Assets (DNR) invitations the general public to take part in Wisconsin Water Week by attending the 2022 Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Conference April 6-8.
Gov. Tony Evers declared April 4-10, 2022 Wisconsin Water Week to showcase the worth of fresh water for all Wisconsin residents and to acknowledge the state’s efforts to guard our leisure waters, put money into conservation and guarantee clear, usable water for all Wisconsinites.
The theme of the 2022 Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Conference is “Defending What We Love for the Future.” This 12 months’s occasion can be held in-person in Stevens Level, with the choice to attend nearly.
The conference brings collectively DNR employees members and water assets companions from across the Midwest to talk on a spread of water science and conservation points. This 12 months’s audio system embrace DNR Deputy Secretary Sarah Barry who will kick-off the conference; Charlie Wooley, regional director of U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Midwest; and Chad Pregracke, founder and president of Dwelling Lands & Waters, an environmental group devoted to water conservation.
Fingers-on workshops and displays can be centered across the theme of defending our water assets. View the entire schedule online.
Digital attendance through Zoom is out there on Thursday and Friday. Digital attendees may have entry to eight periods, lightning talks and each keynote audio system.
Register on-line at wisconsinwaterweek.org. Face coverings can be required at this indoor occasion whereas Portage County is on the excessive or substantial neighborhood transmission stage for coronavirus. Extra particulars can be found on the event page.
The Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Conference is hosted by the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership, which joins science, schooling and residents to empower folks to work collectively to take care of our lakes. Since its genesis within the early Nineteen Seventies, the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership has been acknowledged as a nationwide mannequin of collaboration.
The Partnership has three core companions: the Department of Natural Resources, which provides scientific analysis, technical experience and regulatory authority; the Extension Lakes Program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, which gives supporting academic supplies and packages; and the statewide non-profit Wisconsin Lakes, which mobilizes residents to be advocates for lakes.
Extra data and tickets for the Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Conference can be found here.