3 results for tag: lake ecology

2024 Western AIS Short Course

The mission of the Western AIS short course is to provide an in-person educational program on AIS prevention, management, and overall aquatic health as well as to promote partnerships that increase collaboration and communication across disciplines. Educational programs and meetings such as this one are critical to maintaining effective lines of communication between aquatic resource stakeholder groups, managers, and researchers with the ultimate goal of increasing our intact aquatic ecosystems. Attendees can expect to: -Discuss regional challenges and management practices for aquatic invasive species -Learn about current research and technology ...

NYSFOLA 40th Annual Conference: Telling Your Lake’s Story Through Science and Education

Join NYSFOLA in beautiful Lake George as we celebrate 40 years of telling the story of New York lakes. Our conference setting on the south end of the "Queen of American Lakes" is the perfect location to discuss a wide variety of lake related topics.

Beaver Island Lake Ecology Workshop

Learn about the ecology and conservation of Beaver Island’s lakes during this hands-on program. The program will focus on three topics: Shoreline habitat Learn about the value of healthy shorelines and how to protect them. Invasive species Learn to identify aquatic invasive species and how to prevent their introduction. Volunteer monitoring Learn about Michigan’s volunteer lake monitoring program and how to get involved. Presented by Erick Elgin and Dr. Jo Latimore of Michigan State University Extension. This workshop is free of charge and lunch will be provided. Those interested can meet after the ...