Date(s) - 11/04/2016
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Among the objectives and outcomes of the morning session is to: ‘remind land managers of the recommendations of these studies, particularly to new personnel ‘suggest to land managers that some of these recommendations might be thrown into the mix when planning future research needs, which will be discussed further in the afternoon ‘form a baseline data base for future use by land managers and planners’ fulfill one of the objectives of the Wolf Lake Vision document. During the final segment of the morning session, we will review the 2002 BioBlitz at the WolfLake watershed to determine what should follow.
Thus, a second purpose of the summit is to tie research to planning. The Summit will encourage government officials to pursue with greater vigor some of the major bi-state concerns, such as restoration of Indian Creek, discharges from Wolf Lake Terminals, connection of Wolf and Powderhorn lakes, recommendations for Calumet Container site, and extension of trails in the bi-state area.