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Future Programs

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Non-members are welcome to attend our meetings and are encouraged to join the Sault Naturalists.

 

PROGRAMS

April 2020 to June 2020

                                   

 

Go to Soo Nats Wiki for directions to the meeting sites and for program updates or changes.  

  

 

 

CANCELLED Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:00 pm @ Bayliss Library, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 

Our Moosewatch Adventure on Isle Royale - Barb and Will Scott - In August 2019, Barb and Will volunteered for the longest-running predator-prey study in the world: Moosewatch, which has been conducted by researchers from Michigan Technological University (MTU) on Isle Royale since 1958.  During the summer, three groups of volunteers hike the island and search as much area as possible for moose bones, which are then collected and packed out for examination by MTU.  These bones can provide information as to the cause of death, age at time of death, year of death, and the condition of the moose at the time of death.  This information in turn helps us to better know the relationship between the wolves and moose of Isle Royale, especially now that more wolves are being relocated to Isle Royale.  Barb and Will will talk about their experience adding to the world’s largest collection of moose bones while backpacking and camping off trail.

 

ON HOLD Tuesday, May 12, 2020, 7:00 pm @ Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 

Bumble Bees - Elisa Muto – is a Natural Environment Professor at Sault College who teaches entomology. Bumble bees are some of the first pollinators emerging in the spring and are important for the pollination of many plants. Bumble bees are declining steadily in Canada for a variety of reasons. Elisa will speak about the current bumble bee decline and show some methods to ID common bumble bees.

 

Tuesday, June 9, 2020, 7:00 pm @ Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 

State of the St Mary’s River - Lisa Direckx, RAP (Remedial Action Plan) Coordinator - The St. Marys River Bi-National Public Advisory Council (BPAC) was created in 1988.  It is a stakeholder’s group, and members include citizens, property owners, tribes, elected officials, health units, municipal staff, and university staff from both Canada and the United States. BPAC informs the agencies about public views and opinions regarding the clean-up of the St. Mary’s River AOC and advocates for projects that achieve the restoration goals.  BPAC is dedicated to ensuring that the river water quality and the ecosystem are improved and protected for all users of the river. Lisa will bring us up to date on BPAC activity. 

 

 

 

Go to Next Program for additional information, posters, etc. 

Click on Where We Meet for directions to the meeting sites. 

 

Click on Submit Your Ideas for Future Programs if you would like to suggest other programs or speakers. 

 

For a copy of this program schedule, click on Printable Version at the bottom of this page. 

 

 

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