Advance registration is required. You will receive a confirmation email containing information about attending the summit after registering. General admission is $30.00 and students can attend for free.
The summit is a three-day event (March 1, 2021 through March 3, 2021) that will provide opportunities to learn and share about the St. Louis River through education and outreach.
Join Minnesota Sea Grant and other presenters at this year's virtual event and learn more about how sustaining the St. Louis River Estuary and its ecosystems contributes to community well-being and resiliency.
Minnesota Sea Grant Resilience Extension Educator, Madison Rodman will present Paddle Safe: Enhancing Water Recreation Safety in the Twin Ports
Minnesota Sea Grant Associate Director of Research and Natural Resources Research Institute Research Associate, Valerie Brady, will present Slow the Spread Campaign for Invasive Spiny Water Fleas
Minnesota Sea Grant Stormwater Resilience Extension Educator, Tiffany Sprague, will present Unlocking the Secrets to Citizen Science: When and Where Folks Want to Study Streams
Lake Superior Reserve Director Deanna Erikson, email@example.com