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ADV - Stoneflies: Nourishing Fish and Sustaining Ecosystems in North Shore Rivers

Cook County Higher Education, 300 W 3rd St Grand Marais, MN 55604 website

300 W 3rd St
Grand Marais, MN 55604

North Shore Chapter of Master Naturalists invites you to join us for a presentation on Stoneflies with Kalli Hawkins.

This is a HYBRID event- will take place on zoom and in person at the same time. You can select how you will attend when you register.

Stoneflies are vital ecological indicators of North Shore rivers and streams. Beyond their role as indicators, stoneflies are a cornerstone of the aquatic food web. They serve as a favorite food source for various fish species and are highly valued by fly anglers. Discover the significance of these often-overlooked insects as key players in the dynamic world of freshwater ecosystems, providing a reliable and nutrient-rich year-round food source for aquatic life.

When you click "Take Course" you will be directed to the Cook County Higher Education registration page. You will need to register through that page.

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