2016 G-WOW ‘Hear the Water Speak’ climate institute goes international

Despite severe flooding, closed roads and storms that disrupted power, the 2016 G-WOW “Hear the Water Speak” Institute successfully conducted a climate change professional development training for 28 educators and community leaders. This year’s institute attracted participants from across the county and Canada, including First Nations tribal elders from Ontario.

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‘Hear the Water Speak’ Institute accepting applications

Applications are being accepted for the 2016 G-WOW “Hear the Water Speak” Institute, July 18-21 based at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center in Ashland, Wis. with field experiences in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Stockton Island, and neighboring Bad River and Red Cliff tribal communities.

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Wisconsin resources on climate change available

On the heels of recent interest and concern about climate change issues, University of Wisconsin-Extension specialist David S. Liebl reminds people that they can learn more through a variety of Wisconsin-based educational resources.

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