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Lake Superior Basin Wetlands Management and Research Conference Held in Duluth

July 5 , 2005

On July 14–15, 2005, people can learn more about wetlands and wetland management at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Through presentations and field trips attendees will find out about the latest scientific findings, emerging issues, and wetland policies at local and national levels.

The $70 cost ($50 for student presenters) covers the two-day conference, meals, field trips, and a Lake Superior dinner cruise. Field trip topics are wild rice restoration, red soils and constructed wetlands, bog restoration, Lake Superior coastal wetlands, and wetland banking.

Minnesota government employees, Realtors, land developers, researchers, students, and other citizens are encouraged to attend. Registration is open and space is still available.

For details, see www.seagrant.umn.edu/wetlandsconference or call Minnesota Sea Grant at (218) 726-8106. The conference is sponsored by the Arrowhead Water Quality Team with funding from the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources Local Water Management Challenge Grant Program, Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources Environmental Trust Fund, and the Great Lakes Protection Fund.

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