Door County Reads will kick-off with a keynote speaker from the Wisconsin Water Library. Anne Moser is a senior special librarian at the library, which collects any writings and resources dealing with the waters of Wisconsin and the Great Lakes. The library also supports the UW Aquatic Sciences Center and its two programs, the Water Resources Institute and ther Sea Grant Institute, by reaching out to citizens of all ages and further spreading awareness of issues that may harm or otherwise affect the water neighboring Wisconsin. Marie Zhuikov, a science communicator for the Wisconsin Sea Grant, said Moser is an experienced speaker who has given talks throughout the state.
Moser will also give a talk about plastics currently polluting the Great Lakes on February 7th at the Ephraim Library. Other events, such as book discussions, gallery exhibits and more will be held February 2nd through the 16th.