This fun and intensive field program for students in grades 10-12 offers hands-on experience in water resource management through Northland’s Mary Griggs Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation. Northland’s faculty and research interns will train you to use professional water testing equipment, and conduct stream measurements. We’ll also discuss ecological climate change adaptations and watershed restoration. Get ready to wade into inland waters to investigate lake ecology and identify macro invertebrates. Develop leadership, teamwork, and boat safety skills, and learn laboratory safety procedures in Northland’s Applied Research and Environmental Lab. Cost: $600 (without credit) $875 (1-credit, NRS 106) Register now!
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