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​Wisconsin Lakes Partnership

2010 Convention Archive

March 30 - April 1, 2010
KI Convention Center, Green Bay, WI
 

Fringe Benefits

Restoring Wisconsin's Shoreland & Shallows

For many of us, lake shore lands and the shallow areas near shore conjure up many blissful emotions. They are places where memories are born. A place where picnics, laughter, and many wet adventures played out. The 2010 Wisconsin Lakes Convention took an in depth look at these critical areas. The Convention featured national experts on the nature and inner workings and restoration of the shore land areas. Experts from around North America gathered to discuss the research, management options, educational ideas and needed policy changes to deal more effectively with this important issue. On these pages you will find copies of many of the presentations given at the event. The lake topics featured here cover the entire suite of lake management issues with a focus on the preservation and restoration of shore land areas.
 

 

Convention Packet Materials:


 

Presentation Materials:

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

Other Materials:

 

The Agenda at a Glance:

 

 Tuesday, March 30th

8:00am​ ​Registration Desk Opens
9:00am-6:30pm​ ​Exhibit Hall Open
9:00am-12:00pm​ Workshops (click here for details)
10:15am-10:45am​ ​Refreshment break in Exhibit Hall
​12:00-1:00pm ​Lunch
Welcome to the 32nd Annual Wisconsin Lakes Convention 
​1:00-3:45pm

Plenary Session - Life on the Edge: Making Linkages to Public Values and Perceptions
of Shorelands and Shallows

Fred Rozumalski - "Understanding Public Perceptions of Native Vegetation and Landscaping:

Working with 'Neatniks' to Restore our Lakeshores" (click here for details)

Steven I. Apfelbaum - "Nature's Second Chance: Restoring the Ecology of Stone Prairie
Farm." (click here for details)

Marcus de la fleur - "One Drop at a Time: Water, Sustainability, and your Garden"
(click here for details)

Angie Hong - "The Minnesota Blue Thumb Program: Planting for Clean Water"
3:45-4:15pm​ ​Refreshment break in Exhibit Hall
​4:15-5:15pm Wisconsin Association of Lakes (WAL) Membership Meeting
​4:15-5:45pm Concurrent Sessions I (click here for details)
​5:45-7:00 pm ​Networking time - Dinner on your own
7:00-8:00 pm​ Special Sessions (click here for details
7:00-11:00 pm ​ ​ Wisconsin Lakes Convention Welcome Reception (click here for detailsspeakers.aspx#reception)

Wednesday, March 31st

​7:30am ​Registration Desk Opens
​8:00am-6:00pm ​Exhibit Hall Open
​9:00am-12:00pm Plenary Session - Sustaining Shorelands and Shallows in Wisconsin: Are We Making a
Difference in Water Quality?
Neil Kamman - "Just How Good are the Nation's Lakes? Water Quality, Recreational Suitability, and Ecological Integrity of Lakes and Reservoirs Based on the National Lakes Assessment." (click here for details)
 
Liesa Lehmann - "Protection and enhancement of Wisconsin Shorelands and Shallows and NR 115 Update" (click here for details)
 
Bret Shaw - "Marketing Lakeshore Protection" (click here for details)
 
Special Guest Tim Bedore - "The Animal Conspiracy" (click here for details)
 
​10:15-10:45am ​Refreshment break in Exhibit Hall
​12:00-1:30pm ​Lunch & Poster Presentations Session (click here for details)
​1:45-3:15pm Concurrent Sessions II (click here for details)
​3:15-3:45pm ​Refreshment break in Exhibit Hall
​3:45-5:30pm Concurrent Sessions III (click here for details)
​5:30 - 6:00pm ​Networking Time
​6:00 pm Wisconsin Lake Stewardship Banquet & Awards Ceremony (click here for details)

Thursday, April 1st​ ​

​8:00am ​Exhibit Hall Open
​8:00am ​Registration Opens
9:00am-3:00pm​ All-day Workshop (click here for details)
​9:00am-12:00pm Morning Workshops (click here for details)
​10:00-10:30am ​Refreshment break in Exhibit Hall
​12:00-1:30pm Lunch & Speaker (click here for details)
​1:30pm-3:00pm Concurrent Sessions IV (click here for details)
​3:00pm ​Workshops conclude by 3:00 pm
 

 
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