Black Bay Peninsula is recognized internationally as the last significant roadless peninsula remaining in the entire Great Lakes Basin and has a habitat that warrants special attention. The peninsula is the site of regionally rare plant species and includes one of the finest examples of shoreline peatland along Lake Superior. There are contentious issues around logging and road building on this isolated and sensitive peninsula.
Presentation: Black Bay Peninsula – August 19
Posted on: August 13, 2014
Tuesday August 19 at 7:30pm at the Salem Lutheran Church Hall – Pass Lake, the Pass Lake CARE Group will have a special presentation.
Guest speaker Gerry Stricker, of the Thunder Bay Field Naturalists, will share slides and information about this unique location. The public is invited to come out and listen and learn of the environmental effects of road building through marshlands for logging.