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The Water on the Web project, and the Lake Access project, each received a 2000 Technical Excellence Award from the North American Lake Management Society at their annual meeting in Miami, FL. The award recognized the projects’ efforts in “extending effective and creative education in lake restoration, protection, and management.”

Glenn Kreag, tourism educator, received two grants from the Northeast Region Sustainable Development Partnership. The first is for $49,000 to study the environmental, social, and economic impacts of cross-county skiing and snowmobiling in Cook County, Minnesota. The University of Minnesota Duluth’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research is a partner in this project.

The second is for $13,000 to survey Duluth residents for their perceptions about open space. Kreag is working with the City of Duluth’s natural resources committee on this project. The results will become part of a comprehensive plan being developed for Duluth.


By Sea Grant Staff
April 2001

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