Terrace Bay Caribou Presentation Feb. 21: In-Person or Online
Posted on: February 16, 2018


What’s the presentation all about? Presenter Leo Lepiano provides an overview in the above 5′ podcast.
 

A presentation about the most southerly population of woodland caribou in the world, centered on Lake Superior islands, will be held at 7 p.m. EST on February 21st in the Terrace Bay, Ontario Recreation Centre. Everyone is welcome. There is no charge.

Attend in person or attend online at:

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/189107501

Presentation slides and audio will be livestreamed.

Michipicoten First Nation’s Lands and Resources Consultation Coordinator Leo Lepiano, will provide historical and current information about population and range, as well as about recent efforts to assist Lake Superior caribou. An overview of the Lake Superior Action and Management Plan and environmental funding sources will also be presented.

View More Information in this Previous Infosuperior Article: February 21st Terrace Bay Presentation: Lake Superior Caribou

More information??? – Jim Bailey – Lakehead University – 807-343-8514

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