Warm yourself with a bowl of soup while enjoying camaraderie and conversation. Each month will feature a guest speaker on a nature topic, along with a delicious lunch of homemade soup, crackers, and dessert.
Date: 2nd Tuesdays, January to April
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location: Long Lake Lutheran Church
Registration is not necessary
Donations appreciated and accepted!
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Lasting Legacy: Spirit of the St. Croix
Date: January 8, 2019
Presenter: Jaime Souza from the St. Croix River Association
In a New Light – Therapeutic Photography Program
Cancelled due to Winter Weather Advisory
Date: February 12, 2019
Presenter: Ian Karl from Northwest Passage
In a New Light is a constellation of strength-based therapeutic programs that harness the power of art and nature, and operate under the principles of positive psychology. These programs aim to empower children in residential treatment at Northwest Passage to perceive themselves through a lens of strength and awe-inspiring accomplishments.
Date: March 12, 2019
Presenter: Laine Stowell, DNR Elk Biologist
Elk colonized Wisconsin post glaciation, along with native peoples. They coexisted until European settlement, then due to overexploitation, elk disappeared from WI. In 1995 a study was initiated to investigate the feasibility to restore elk to Wisconsin. Since the release of 25 elk in 1995, Wisconsin has learned a great deal about elk and have formulated management to establish a sustainable elk presence in Wisconsin.
Bees & Pollinators
Date: April 9, 2019
Presenter: Linda Anderson, Master Gardener
Join Linda Anderson, master gardener, as she explains the importance of bees and other pollinators to the health of your garden.