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Minnesota loon workshop set July 13 in Crosslake

The workshop focuses on loons and the ecosystems they depend on.

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CROSSLAKE — The National Loon Center and Northern Waters Land Trust are offering a workshop titled “Minnesota Loons and Freshwater Ecosystems” from 9-11 a.m. Wednesday, July 13, on Cross Lake.

This is an interactive workshop focused on Minnesota’s state bird and the freshwater ecosystems they depend on. This workshop will give an overview of Minnesota loons, banding programs and habitat restoration efforts. Learn how you can help with research and ways to protect loons.

This is an in-person workshop with an outdoor field component on the National Loon Center's StewardShip. Life jackets will be provided.

This workshop is a partnership between the National Loon Center and Northern Waters Land Trust.

Spaces are limited. To participate in this workshop, register online through the NWLT website at https://northernwaterslandtrust.org/events/.

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For more information, call 218-547-4510 or email info@nwlt-mn.org.

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