The secrets to keeping the Great Lakes even better than what the name implies will be given at a presentation this Wednesday. This presentation from the Door County Environmental Council titled “Our Lakes, Our Bay, Our Responsibility - Dead Zones, Harmful Algal Blooms, and an Uncertain Future: Meeting the Challenge of Restoring Our Great Lakes” will highlight the conflict between human activity and the sustainability of the environment of the Great Lakes. Dr. Val Klump, the Dean of the School of Freshwater Sciences at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, is an appropriate option for a guest speaker at the event because of his personal and professional understanding of the importance of preserving the environment created by both the Great Lakes and the bay of Green Bay. Dr. Klump says he will spend time during this program highlighting the ecosystem that resides in the bay.
All interested in learning about are welcome to join the Door County Environmental Council at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor for this program at 7 pm on the 18th. If you are not comfortable joining in person, the program will also be held over zoom, and the link can be found here.