MNRF’s Science and Research Branch invites you to participate in a Science Insights seminar entitled The Changing Lake Nipissing Ecosystem. This seminar will be held on Monday, March 29 (see details below). To request a WebEx line for this seminar, email[email protected]. Feel free to share this invitation with other resource professionals who might find this topic of interest.
The Changing Lake Nipissing Ecosystem
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