Many organizations are offering online learning opportunities. The list below highlights many current lake-related online events. These events welcome lake professionals and the public. You may also wish to explore these websites for additional events, recordings of past events, and more:
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All times Eastern. "$" indicates there may be a cost to participate.
NEW December 5, 10:00 AM: The communication challenges of invasive species management: Social impact assessment in invasive species management, presented by Sarah Crowley, University of Exeter; and Science and fiction: Working to address ProcellaCOR disinformation on Lake George, presented by Dave Wick, Lake George Park Commission (NY). Host: Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society. More details.
December 5-7. 2022 Great Lakes PFAS Summit. Host: Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. More details.
December 6, 11:00 AM: Coming in hot: Early detection and rapid response priorities in SE Michigan. Presented by Shikha Singh, JLW CISMA. Host: Invasive Species Centre. Register.
December 7, Noon: Forecasting HABs (harmful algal blooms) and developmental impacts of neurotoxin exposure on aquatic populations. Presented by Richard Stumpf, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and Jessica Ward, Ball State University. Host: North Central Region Water Network. Register.
NEW December 12, 10:00 AM: The communication challenges of invasive species management: HIGLIN: Grassroots to 501(c)3 - Pulling together as a community, presented by Gerry Lauro, Highland Glacial Lakes Initiative (NJ); Water supply, recreation, and the public, oh my! Managing Hydrilla in an aquatic system, presented by Heather Desko, New Jersey Water Supply Authority; and Lake Winnipesaukee variable watermilfoil control project, presented by Amy Smagula, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. Host: Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society. More details.
January 10 - March 8: Introduction to Lakes Online. (6-week online course about inland lake ecology, management, and protection.) Host: Michigan State University Extension. More details. $
April 24-28, 2023: 13th National Monitoring Conference. (hybrid conference with limited virtual format) Host: National Water Quality Monitoring Council. More details. $