Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers Convention ONLINE
April 1 - April 3
The WI Lakes & Rivers Convention is Now an ONLINE event
Resilience implies being able to maintain form and function despite disturbance. Your 2020 Convention is greatly impacted by the coronavirus and the associated public health protocols. We are not going to be able to meet in person. We are instead developing a method to follow the same agenda in an online format. Those who originally registered for the in-person convention will be “entered” as participants of the new online format. New registrants can REGISTER NOW for a nominal fee. All those who are registered for this online learning event will receive log-in information for their sessions by email the week of the event.
Each and every spring since the 1980s, water advocates, scientists, managers, and educators have gathered for our annual convention. It is another sort of rebirth, a testament to the resilience of individual people and our collective partnership that works so hard to care for lakes. In 2020, we are proud to be broadening our effort to include river stakeholders, and we continue to embrace a full watershed approach to caring for rivers, lakes, and streams. Leaders from Extension, the Department of Natural Resources, Wisconsin Lakes, and many local partners have put tremendous time and effort into creating this year’s program. We are excited to test out this online approach for 2020. We of course look forward to seeing you all in person as soon as possible!