Fish Tales Lecture Series Continues Thursday

This Thursday will be the 3rd presentation of this year’s Fish Tales Lecture Series, an educational outreach of Crossroads at Big Creek, in partnership with the Door County Library. This time, the speaker will be Dr. Emily Tyner, the Director of Freshwater Strategy at UW-Green Bay. She will discuss the research, monitoring, and outreach possibilities an estuary research reserve would bring to this area. Local fish biologist Mark Holey has more…

There will be discussion regarding the benefits of having a NERR in this area, and examples of the type of fish research specific to this area…

The free lecture starts at 7PM Thursday at Crossroads at Big Creek where you can attend in-person, or you can view it online via Zoom. You’ll find that Zoom link in the calendar section of the library website at For more information, you can also call the Sturgeon Bay Library branch at 920-746-7121.

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