The public is invited to a meeting focusing on the impact of Great Lakes water levels Tuesday, November 5, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Hessel School House. Elliot Nelson, instructor for Michigan Sea Grant and MSU Extension, will convey details provided by the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the National Weather Service. He will address how water levels are calculated, future predictions, and briefly touch on a project entitled Great Lakes One Waters (GLOW), a program that promotes resilience in infrastructure, economics, and recreation, in the face of extreme weather events.
Members of the public interested in the impact of Great Lakes water levels are encouraged to attend. Mr. Nelson will spend approximately 35 minutes presenting facts on why lake levels change, long-term processes, and community impacts. Following the presentation, he will seek information from attendees on how water levels have impacted them. For more information, contact Elliot Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.