Here’s some information about our speaker coming up on Wednesday, February 14th, 7:00pm at Benvenuto’s in Fitchburg:

Originally from northern Illinois, Emily Heald has a BS from Northland College in Natural Resource Management and an MS from the University of Minnesota Duluth in Integrated Biosciences. Emily currently works for the UW Madison Division of Extension, where she coordinates volunteer nutrient, continuous temperature, and aquatic invasive species monitoring for the Water Action Volunteers (WAV) program. 

Description of the talk: When we think about lakes and rivers, we often think of fish, frogs, and turtles. However, did you know there is an entire world within each lake that is virtually invisible? Join us to learn about all the critters that play vital roles in the water that are “hidden” from most eyes.


February Meeting