Please join Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council for our
33rd Annual Membership Meeting
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
9:30am - 12:30pm
University of Michigan Biological Station
on Douglas Lake in Cheboygan County
Located 6 miles east of Pellston on C-64 or Riggsville Road. Entrance on the left.
~ No Charge ~
9:30am Registration and Reception
10:00am Short Business Meeting
10:30am Special Presentation on Climate Change
11:30am Biological Station Tours
Please RSVP by July 6, 2012
To RSVP visit tomwc.eventbrite.com
Presentation: Earth's climate and Michigan's climate are changing. University of Michigan Biological Station Director and U-M Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Knute Nadelhoffer, will discuss what this means for the Great Lakes Region - What can we expect now and later in the 21st century and how can we respond to minimize impacts on natural resources and human systems?
Tours: Biological Station Staff will take groups of 20-25 member on a 3/4 mile walking tour of the station. Participants will see pieces of the Station's climate-related research: the Douglas Lake research monitoring buoy, the greenhouse, and the mesocosm research tanks. Other research facilities, such as the Piping Plover hatching and rearing facility and the underground "Biotron" may be included as well.