Thu, Apr 25 | Woodhill Country Club Red Barn

Join LLWA for an Evening of Camaraderie and Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Education

Join us for our 2019 Education Summit on Aquatic Invasive Species. Gather with community members, local scientists, and watershed experts to socialize and learn. Dress is casual, light food and drink will be provided (cash bar). The event is free and open to all (pre-registrations is requested).
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Time & Location

Apr 25, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Woodhill Country Club Red Barn, 200 Woodhill Rd, Wayzata, MN 55391, USA

About the Event

Please join us for an evening of AIS/Water Quality Education and Camaraderie at the Red Barn at Woodhill Country Club. Dress is casual (jeans OK) and light food and drink (cash bar) will be provided.

Tentative Adgenda

6-6:30 -- Socializing and Refreshments (with Cash Bar)

6:30-8 -- A.I.S. (Aquatic Invasive Species) Speaker Presentations/Q&A

8-8:30 -- Annual LLWA Meeting

A.I.S. Speakers include:

  • Raymond "Ray" Newman, Professor, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at the University of Minnesota who will be talking about the relationship between AIS plants and invasive carp in watershed environments. More information about Ray and his work can be found at
  • Tony Havranek, Sr. Ecologist at WSB & Associates, who will be speaking about the current state of the Long Lake Creek Sub-Watershed, and the work to date analyzing the carp population levels and potential mitigation strategies. More information about Tony can be found at
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Long Lake Waters Association

P.O. Box 195

Long Lake, MN 55356

We are an all-volunteer non-profit/501(c)(3) organization.