Don't miss the 4th Western Lake Erie
Conference on March 12th at Otsego Park|
Maumee River & Maumee Bay are at the west end of the Western Lake Erie watershed. These waters are the shallowest & most biologically productive in the Great Lakes the nursery – the canary in the coal mine. Lake Erie levels are falling with even lower levels forecast in the future. Less water =less water to dilute wastewater,
storm, and industrial uses and discharges.
When: Thursday, March 12, 2009 8:30a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Stone Hall Otsego Park 2000 River Rd., Bowling Green, Ohio(On River Rd. between Perrysburg and Grand Rapids)
Who should attend: Public & Gov.t Officials, Fishermen, Boaters, Environmentalists, Great Lakes advocates, Teachers, the Public
Keynote Speaker: Fred Folger – Maumee River Historian – Talking about the Maumee River in Yester Years…
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