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30+ Years of Fisheries Management in Minnesota: From West to East (Water Resources Science Seminar Series Presentation)

Photo: Don Schreiner spawns a walleye. Photograph courtesy of Don Schreiner

Don Schreiner spawns a walleye.

November 20, 2017
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Swenson Science Building, Room 202
University of Minnesota Duluth
1303 Ordean Court
Duluth, MN 55812-3012

Host: Professor Randall Hicks, Department of Biology and Co-Director of the Water Resources Science program, University of Minnesota Duluth.

Speaker: Don Schreiner, Fisheries Specialist, Minnesota Sea Grant and former Fisheries Supervisor for Lake Superior, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

Have you ever wanted to know what a Minnesota fisheries biologist does?

Don Schreiner, former Minnesota Department of Natural Resources fisheries supervisor and current fisheries specialist at Minnesota Sea Grant, will highlight the typical annual work season for inland management areas and for Lake Superior fisheries management. He will also present on major changes in management practices and philosophy including how technology has affected fisheries management. Don will conclude his presentation with practical job advice and fisheries employment opportunities.

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