Moser to speak on plastics in the Great Lakes

A water librarian will be at the Ephraim Public Library Thursday to discuss the dumping of plastics into the Great Lakes. Anne Moser, a senior librarian at the Wisconsin Water Library who has done extensive work with the Wisconsin Sea Grant, also will deliver the keynote speech to kick off this month's Door County Reads event. On February 7th, Moser will be giving a general overview on how plastics find their way into the lakes and how the presence of plastics affects the lake. Moser said her talk will have plenty of relevant topics to a Door County audience. She also said she will not focus on the negatives of plastic, but how the area can manage their plastics in a safer manner.

Door County Reads will run through the 15th of February, with numerous events either occuring or yet to come. 

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