Where Did My Dune Go? A Virtual Presentation on Erosion Hazards on Minnesota Point

Where Did My Dune Go? A Virtual Presentation on Erosion Hazards on Minnesota Point
5/4/21, 6:30 pm - 5/4/21, 7:30 pm

Registration details:

Advance registration is required. This meeting is free and will be recorded. You will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting after registering.

Individuals with a disability who need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this event, please contact Melanie Perello at 218-834-1404 or melanie.perello@state.mn.us by April 27 or call using your preferred Telecommunications Relay Provider.


Join us for a presentation on how erosion has affected Minnesota Point. We will talk about modern and historical erosion rates and shoreline change from 1861 to present. We will share how erosion rates have increased in recent years and discuss what drives higher erosion on our shorelines.

Minnesota Sea Grant, Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program (DNR), and the Park Point Erosion and High Water Committee are hosting this virtual meeting. These results are part of a larger effort to map erosion hazards on Minnesota’s coast. Minnesota Point was a pilot site for the Coastal Erosion Hazard Mapping project. CEHM is a collaboration between local and tribal governments, state agencies, and researchers. For more information on CEHM, please visit ardc.org/CEHM.


Melanie PerelloNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Coastal Management Fellow, Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources


Madison Rodman, Resilience Extension Educator, Minnesota Sea Grant

Photo credit: M. Thoms