LHF: ‘Thirst for Knowledge Webinar’ - Controlling HABs at Lake Hopatcong
LHF: By: Donna Macalle-Holly - Please join us on Thursday, December 10, at 12:30 pm for the eighth and final presentation this year in our “Thirst for Knowledge” lunch-and-learn webinar series, "Controlling HABs at Lake Hopatcong” hosted by Dr. Fred Lubnow, Limnologist and Director of Aquatic Resources at Princeton Hydro.
Dr. Lubnow will provide updates on several of the Harmful Algae Bloom (HAB) management projects underway at Lake Hopatcong funded through a NJDEP grant awarded to the Lake Hopatcong Commission in partnership with the Lake Hopatcong Foundation.
Dr. Lubnow’s areas of expertise include aquatic and watershed management, restoration ecology, community and ecosystem ecology, and the identification/management of Harmful Algal Blooms. As Director of Aquatic Resources, he manages a variety of lake and watershed restoration projects.
Our "Thirst for Knowledge” lunch-and-learn webinar series was created to share information and discuss topics of interest to our lake community. There is no cost to attend, however, registration is required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Don't forget your lunch!
- Crescent Cove Moves Closer to Important Stage Two of Important HAB Fight
- DEP Approves $3.5 Million For Water-Quality – Including HABs WITH Lake Hopatcong Getting $700.000+
- Further HAB Work on Lake Hopatcong – Four Locations Get Biochar – Designed to Prevent HABs
- Mayor of Hopatcong – Gains Additional $145,000 Grant for Crescent Cove HAB Project
|Event Date||12-10-2020 12:30 pm|