For the fifth year, the Lake Superior Binational Forum invites you to celebrate the world’s largest freshwater lake on the third Sunday in July! This year we encourage you to “Go Fly a Kite!” The kite symbolizes a clean energy source—the wind—and fewer air emissions from alternative energy generators means cleaner lake water for people and wildlife.
Follow this link for a video about Lake Superior and its annual day. The video was written and produced by news reporter and videographer Greg Peterson of Marquette, Michigan.
A calendar is updated daily with new events and activities scheduled in many communities around the lake.
You can order free, multiple copies of a paper placemat and kids’ activity page by emailing email@example.com. Use it at a family picnic, office gathering, church dinner, day camp, or other event.
This year’s Lake Superior Day postcard is a photograph of a swimming spot in Duluth, Minnesota, taken by former Duluth resident Mark Ryan. There’s a great story about this historic spot in the Duluth harbor!
For information about the Lake Superior Binational Program’s Lakewide Management Plan and biennial highlights of accomplishments for 2006-2008, please click here.
The Lake Superior Binational Forum has been headquartered in the U.S. at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin, for 17 years. Funding in the U.S. comes from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Great Lakes National Program Office. The Canadian office is administered at EcoSuperior in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and is funded by Environment Canada.
Lake Superior Binational Forum
1411 Ellis Ave.
Ashland WI 54806
"Water is life, and the quality of water determines the quality of life."
--Lake Superior Binational Program vision statement
The next Lake Superior Day is Sunday, July 20, 2008!