Dave Zentner shows off a prize catch.
Make your plans now to attend the 2012 Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference, which will be held this year on Friday, June 22 in Spooner at the Spooner High School. This regional event has become one of the state’s premier lake conferences. The all day program will again be a great opportunity for lake enthusiasts, local government officials and others interested in protecting our water resources to take in a number of educational presentations, visit many informative exhibits and network with fellow conference attendees.
Stan Tekiela sets up to
Conference breakout sessions will cover a wide array of lake-related topics and issues, including: communicating your lake message, lake education projects, motivating lake volunteers, aquatic plants, coalition and collaboration building, connecting youth to water, lake science and state of our lakes, invasive aquatic plant management, lake legislative updates, utilizing student researchers, understanding developmental impacts on water quality, and wild rice.
The registration fee is $40, which includes: admission, program materials, a continental breakfast and lunch. Students, both high school and college, can attend free of charge, but need to indicate the school/college they attend on the conference registration form.