Quita Sheehan from Phelps, Wisconsin will lead participants through basic yoga poses in a mellow and relaxed environment. Participants should bring a yoga mat or bath towel with them. Wearing comfortable clothing is recommended. Free and welcome to all ages and levels of interest.
Enjoy a brain break and time to stretch after all of the great sessions so far. This 15-minute stretch/chair yoga session with Quita Sheehan will leave you refreshed and rejuvenated! Just bring yourself.
Thursday, 3:30-5:00 pm (Poster Presentations)
Check out the latest lake, river, groundwater and watershed research and projects. This is your chance to ask questions of the researchers, educators, students and citizen scientists who are sharing their stories. Posters will be on display for the entire convention, so take your time to peruse them and come to this interactive session ready to learn and share.
Thursday, 3:30-4:30 pm (Lightning Presentations)
Want to get a good overview of the major results or impacts of several projects in a short amount of time? This is what you've been waiting for - Lightning presentations!
For more information or to submit a poster and/or lightning presentation:
Thursday, 6:00-8:00 pm
Please join us in celebrating the 2020 Wisconsin Lake Stewardship and Volunteer Stream Monitoring Award winners at our banquet and awards ceremony on Thursday evening.
The Wisconsin Lakes Partnership presents the annual Lake Stewardship Awards to recognize the extraordinary volunteer and professional efforts of individuals and groups who protect and improve our lakes. People are nominated for Stewardship Awards by their peers - what a meaningful way to say, "Thank you!" to the people in your community who work so hard to care for our lakes. Winners of these awards join a select group of women, men, students, and organizations whose unmatched dedication, vision, and commitment ensure that Wisconsin's legacy of lakes will be safe and secure for generations to come.
Volunteer Stream Monitoring
The University of Wisconsin-Extension and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources recognize a small selection of individuals and organizations every year for their efforts leading to increased participation in stream monitoring, collecting stream data and sharing their knowledge and data.
Thursday, 8:00-11:00 pm
Share your voice with songs, poems, and stories.
If you have an acoustic instrument, bring it with you! Bring along your knitting or use the provided crayons and colored pencils to color your favorite water critter (it's very relaxing)! Anyone is welcome to just hang out and listen.