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July 16, 2017, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Barker's Island Pavilion
Live music, art, and fun for all ages! Stop by and join the fun!
Lake Superior is the cleanest, coldest and clearest of the Great Lakes. The largest lake by surface area in the world, it fuels our local shipping, commercial fishing and recreational industries while providing a source for clean drinking water. Every day, each of the 600,000 human residents of the Lake Superior basin use water from the lake for drinking, home use, industrial use or recreation. The lake is essential for countless fish, birds, animals and plants.
Lake Superior Day was started in the early 1990s to highlight the importance of this great water body to the basin's environment and economy. This year's event is coordinated by the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve, a federal reserve encompassing over 16,000 acres along the St. Louis River freshwater estuary. Lake Superior NERR is one of four research facilities at UW-Superior.
July 16, 2017, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Barker's Island Pavilion
Join us on a FREE tour! Go behind the scenes to learn how a green roof works, how a rain garden is installed, or what is happening underground to prevent stormwater pollution in the city of Superior. Local experts from the City of Superior and the University of Wisconsin—Superior will be our guides on a tour of Superior Water Protection Practices. The 3 hour tour will begin and end at Barker’s Island, near the S.S. Meteor Museum. Participants will board a bus which will take them to sites around the city. Reserve your seat today! The tour is free, but registration is required.
Contact Andrea at email@example.com or 715-394-0392 to reserve your seat!
All are welcome, but priority will be given to Superior and Douglas Co. residents.