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Natural Pages: Ted Rulseh with ‘Ripple Effects’ and Paul Radomski with ‘Walleye’

March 23 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm


Interact with nature based literature and hear directly from the author as they discuss themes in their work at this FREE program! Books will be available for sale along with a beverage bar.

Featuring: Ted J. Rulseh, author of Ripple Effects: How We’re Loving Our Lakes to Death, writes the newspaper column “The Lake Where You Live” and is active in lake-advocacy organizations, including the Wisconsin Citizen Lake Monitoring Network. The editor and publisher of several books on the Great Lakes region, he is the author of A Lakeside Companion. He lives in the lake-rich region of north central Wisconsin. In Ripple Effects, in addition to discussing the current state of the lakes, Ted offers achievable avenues to successful lakeside living for a sustainable future, making this a go-to guide for those who love lakes.

Ripple Effect

Featuring: Paul J. Radomski, author of Walleye: A Beautiful Fish of the Dark, is a fisheries biologist and lake ecology scientist. He has worked for more than thirty-five years on fisheries and lake management issues and is a lead scientific expert on lakeshore habitat management. He has published extensively on walleye population dynamics, fisheries management, lakeshore habitat, and conservation and is coauthor of Lakeshore Living: Designing Lake Places and Communities in the Footprints of Environmental Writers. His latest book is on walleye, the holy grail of game fish: on catching them, understanding their biology and history, and ensuring their survival.



March 23
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm


North Lakeland Discovery Center
(715) 543-2085


North Lakeland Discovery Center
14006 Discovery Ln
Manitowish Waters, WI 54545 United States
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(715) 543-2085