University of Minnesota forest ecologist Dr. Lee Frelich will discuss the long-term future for vegetation in the Quetico Superior region in a lecture kicking off the Heart of the Continent Partnership’s quarterly meeting.
Frelich will speak on Thursday, April 22 at 7:00 p.m. in Room 180 at the Humphrey Institute in Minneapolis. Frelich’s lecture is titled: “What Will Be Growing in the Border Lakes Forests of 2050?”
The Quetico Superior region is expected to see above average temperature increases in the coming years, and Frelich expects significant changes in vegetation in the coming decades.
The flier to Frelich’s lecture can be found HERE.
The Heart of the Continent Partnership’s general meeting will commence the following day at the Wilderness Inquiry offices in Minneapolis.
The meeting agenda is HERE.