Located on the St. Louis River Estuary in Superior, Wisconsin
The Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve works in partnership to improve the understanding of Lake Superior’s coast and estuaries. We address issues affecting the watershed through integration of research, education, outreach and stewardship.
March 1-3, 2021 • VIRTUAL
St. Louis River Summit
Resilient Ecosystems, Resilient Communities
Given the challenges we’ve faced at every scale over last year, this year’s St. Louis River Summit theme, “Resilient Ecosystems, Resilient Communities,” is meant to highlight the many ways the St. Louis River Estuary contributes to community well-being in the Twin Ports and beyond.
Join us to celebrate the power of the Estuary as we review our successes and look toward the future in this 11th year of the Summit.
Due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak and guidelines from Wisconsin Department of Health Services, UW–Madison, and federal agencies the Estuarium is closed and our facilities will have limited availability and access. Our staff are working remotely and many of our events have been postponed. For the latest information on COVID-19, visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
Science Communication Series
This winter, build your professional communication skills
Choose from among ten top-notch workshops and webinars in our “Science Communication Strategies for a Changing Lake Superior” series to gain confidence in your communication skills whether you are a scientist, government employee, or in any line of coastal management work.
Lake Superior High Water Spotter
Help document shoreline impacts from water levels
This year the water levels across the Great Lakes are predicted to once again be very high. We’re gathering photos from around Lake Superior that capture what these conditions look like to establish a visual record.
Less Screens, More Streams
St. Louis River Field School
Virtual and homeschool learners in grades 6-8 are invited to take learning outside with science and education staff from the Reserve. Taking place at different locations along the St. Louis River, including Wisconsin Point and the Superior Municipal Forest, each of these monthly, hands-on experiences will provide a place for students to unplug outdoors and gain an appreciation of the St. Louis River.
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