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9th Annual St. Louis River Summit, March 5-6

Yellowjacket Union, UW-Superior 1605 Catlin Ave, Superior, WI

Event Details Dates: March 5-6 Theme: River Towns: Landscapes and Livelihoods Topical Areas: Community Well-being: human relationships with the river, human behavior and decisions, land use changes Dynamic Landscapes: habitats, estuary processes, ecosystems, restoration, resiliency, remediation Area of Concern Progress: removing legacy impairments, updates, financing Monitoring to Understand: what to measure, how to work together, how to assess success, what is ... Read More

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10th Annual St. Louis River Summit, March 3-4, 2020

Duluth Entertainment Convention Center 350 Harbor Drive, Duluth, MN

About the Summit We're celebrating our 10th anniversary at a new location, the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center! This year's St. Louis River Summit theme, "10 Years and Counting - Collaborating for Success," is meant to highlight the power that collaboration has had in protecting and restoring the St Louis River Estuary.  The strides we have made toward a delisting of ... Read More

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11th Annual St. Louis River Summit

Virtual Meeting WI

Save the Date! St. Louis River Summit March 1-March 3, 2021 • Virtual Resilient Ecosystems, Resilient Communities Virtual Summit Details and RegistrationSave the Date!St. Louis River Summit March 1-March 3, 2021 • Virtual Resilient Ecosystems, Resilient Communities Virtual Summit Details and Registration

Recurring

11th Annual St. Louis River Summit

Virtual Meeting WI

Save the Date! St. Louis River Summit March 1-March 3, 2021 • Virtual Resilient Ecosystems, Resilient Communities Virtual Summit Details and RegistrationSave the Date!St. Louis River Summit March 1-March 3, 2021 • Virtual Resilient Ecosystems, Resilient Communities Virtual Summit Details and Registration

Recurring

11th Annual St. Louis River Summit

Virtual Meeting WI

Save the Date! St. Louis River Summit March 1-March 3, 2021 • Virtual Resilient Ecosystems, Resilient Communities Virtual Summit Details and RegistrationSave the Date!St. Louis River Summit March 1-March 3, 2021 • Virtual Resilient Ecosystems, Resilient Communities Virtual Summit Details and Registration

2022 St. Louis River Summit Day 1

This year’s Summit theme speaks directly to pandemic recovery and brighter days ahead for our communities, river recovery as St. Louis River Area of Concern work progresses, and the transformative work of understanding and addressing climate change. The 2022 Summit main program will be hosted virtually. Optional in-person elements include a poster session, field trips, and a River Talk. Register for the Summit at lakesuperiornerr.org/summit

2022 St. Louis River Summit Day 2

This year’s Summit theme speaks directly to pandemic recovery and brighter days ahead for our communities, river recovery as St. Louis River Area of Concern work progresses, and the transformative work of understanding and addressing climate change. The 2022 Summit main program will be hosted virtually. Optional in-person elements include a poster session, field trips, and a River Talk. Register for the Summit at lakesuperiornerr.org/summit

The River Talks: Bawa’iganaakoog (Wild Rice Harvesting Sticks)

This year’s event is “Bawa’iganaakoog (Wild Rice harvesting sticks)”, featuring Marne Kaeske, Cultural Preservation Specialist for the 1854 Treaty Authority. Join us to construct wild rice knocking sticks and get prepared to hit the rice bed during Manoominike-giizis (wild ricing moon). All materials and instruction included. Registration in advance is required.

2022 St. Louis River Summit Day 3

This year’s Summit theme speaks directly to pandemic recovery and brighter days ahead for our communities, river recovery as St. Louis River Area of Concern work progresses, and the transformative work of understanding and addressing climate change. The 2022 Summit main program will be hosted virtually. Optional in-person elements include a poster session, field trips, and a River Talk. Register for the Summit at lakesuperiornerr.org/summit

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