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Natural Pages: Ted Rulseh with ‘Ripple Effects’ and Paul Radomski with ‘Walleye’
March 23 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
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.
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.