The Lake Huron Coastal Centre is hosting it’s 10th biennial ‘Is the Coast Clear? conference, taking place May 10 – 11th at Oakwood Resort in Grand Bend. Anyone interested in Lake Huron will benefit from this excellent forum that will include Great Lakes water levels, micro-plastics, turtle species at risk, agricultural environmental concerns, and more. Anyone may attend and there is a fee for attending. A single day is $80, two days $150 and a full registration including the Gala is $225.
This year, there will also be a Gala May 10th celebrating the 20th anniversary of this organization, that includes dinner, live music, cash bar, raffle prizes and silent auction. Everyone is welcome, whether you attend the conference or not. Tickets are $75.00 per person.
For conference and Gala details, registration and tickets, see http://www.lakehuron.ca/conference.
Dr. Andrew D. Gronewold, the keynote speaker on Monday May 10, “will provide an overview of historical water level data across the Great Lakes, including an analysis of recent historic water level extremes. His presentation will also include a discussion of Great Lakes water level forecasting across daily, seasonal, and multi-decadal time scales.”