Advanced Lake Leaders - North


All Lake Leader graduates are encouraged to participate in this year’s Advanced Leadership Training.  We will use these day-long trainings to continue exploring the topic of Relational Capacity Building. We also want to share our thoughts on the critical role of building relational capacity to ensure the health and sustainability of lakes, rivers, and watersheds. 
This northern session will highlight land trusts and their role in protecting landscapes that in turn protect lakes. Related challenges involve funding for land trusts and the need for people to participate in land stewardship projects (such as upland invasive species management).


Guest Speaker:

Paul J. Radomski is a lake scientist that has worked for over 30 years on lake management issues and has published extensively on ecological and conservation matters. He was the science advisor for Minnesota’s shoreland development standards. His wide-ranging work has included research and management of lake water level regulations, fish harvest quota systems, sport fishing regulations, and lakeshore development.  

Paul currently serves as Minnesota’s lead scientific expert on lakeshore habitat management issues. In this role, he provides expertise to facilitate the development of appropriate policy, rules, and laws to conserve lakes and lakeshore. Paul conducts research that informs lake management. He also works with local governments to amend zoning ordinances and to develop and implement clean water plans. Paul is leading efforts to characterize the status of lakeshore habitat so that sensitive areas can be afforded greater protection. He is a native of Plover, WI and a UW Stevens Point graduate. 

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