Natural Resources Series at Wisconsin Lutheran College

February 12, 2007

MILWAUKEE - Wisconsin Lutheran College presents a free lecture series titled "Natural Resources Connections." Guest speakers, including biologists, ecologists and other natural resource professionals, address global and national natural resource management issues. The series continues through April 18 and offers five remaining presentations dealing with lake management, tree conservation and aquatic organism management.

On February 21, Dr. Jeff Thornton, Southeast Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission principal planner, speaks on the international issues in lake management. On March 14, Gregory Nowack, United States Forest Service regional ecologist, presents on the past, current and future trends of oak in the eastern United States

Lectures are free and open to the public. No registration is required. The seminars begin at 6 p.m. and are held in Room 105 in the college's Science Hall at 8800 West Bluemound Road. For more information on the seminar series or a complete listing of the dates, speakers and topics, please call Dr. Robert Anderson at (414) 443-8863.

Wisconsin Lutheran College is a liberal arts college located on the west side of Milwaukee.