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Lake Conservation Webinar Series: Protecting Coldwater Fish Habitat in Minnesota Lakes
Minnesota has a large program for protecting coldwater fish habitat in lakes. Fish such as cisco, whitefish, and lake trout require high oxygen concentrations in the cold water below the thermocline to live throughout the summer. Maintaining the high water quality in lakes that provide that oxygen is critical. This presentation will describe a program in Minnesota that protects that water quality by conserving forested lands in the watersheds of deep lakes.

Apr 6, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Pete Jacobson
Research Scientist (Retired) @Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Pete was a Research Scientist for the Minnesota DNR for over 30 years. His most recent research focused on the habitat needs of coldwater fish in lakes. That research has been the foundation of a substantial conservation effort for protecting the many deep and clear lakes in Minnesota.