“Protecting Our Waters: We’re All Connected!”

Northwoods Six-County Lakes meeting set for July 12

“Protecting Our Waters: We’re All Connected” is the theme for the annual Northwoods Six-County Lakes Meeting, set for Friday, July 12, 2024, at Nicolet College.
Lake association leaders and members, along with the general public, will convene to learn about and discuss our interconnected water resources and our human connections to each other and to our lakes, streams, wetlands, and groundwater.
A committee with representatives from Oneida, Vilas, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, and Iron counties is at work developing plans for the meeting. The program will include a five-member panel discussion on the connections among water resources and the people who use them, along with presentations on the impacts of climate change and drought on our water resources and fisheries, and the problem of PFAS in the environment.
There will also be exhibits from educational and nonprofit organizations and excellent opportunities for networking. The meeting will run from 8:30 a.m. to noon. All are welcome; there is no charge and no need to register. More details and a full agenda will be announced as the meeting date approaches.
The event is jointly sponsored by the Oneida County Lakes and Rivers Association (oclra.org) and the Vilas County Lakes and Rivers Association (www.vclra.org). For more information contact, Ted Rulseh at 920.242.8671 ([email protected]) or Tom Ewing at 630.985.8472 ([email protected]).

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