Dr. Randy Lehr will highlight the potential impacts of climate change throughout the region and discuss how communities might adapt to life in a warmer, wetter, and windier climate. He will present results from ongoing research at Northland College Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation that is focused on understanding the Chequamegon Bay and Apostle Islands ecosystem.
Since 2010, Dr. Lehr has been the Bro Professor of sustainable regional development at Northland College, leading and directing students, faculty, and staff in the field and in the classroom. In August of 2015, Lehr became the co-director of the Mary Griggs Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation and professor of environmental science.
Part of the Madeline Island Museum Summer Series and sponsored by the Madeline Island Wilderness Preserve