J Skylark Company

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J Skylark Company
J Skylark Company is listed in the Toy & Game Stores category in Duluth, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for J Skylark Company which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of J Skylark Company on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

J Skylark Company offers Toy Stores services in Duluth MN.

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St. Louis River Alliance shared their event.
Tonight! Join us at Mont du Lac Resort to hear about updates on SLRA's projects, future plans, and a Special Guest, Thomas Howes, Fond du Lac Natural Resource Manager, will present: Aanji-nitaawigichigaadewin manoomin imaa Nagaajiwanaang (Changing the plants back to manoomin in the St. Louis River) He will discuss progress, challenges, and the path forward after two years of restoration work. Appetizers will be served, hope to see you there!
What is the Saint Louis River Alliance up to? What is their leadership role in our community? How do I get involved? Learn about: • The Current State of the Organization • What Projects and Activities the Alliance is Working On • Potential Stewardship and Volunteer Activities • Progress Report on the Clean Water Campaign Special Guest, Thomas Howes, Fond du Lac Natural Resource Manager, will present: Aanji-nitaawigichigaadewin manoomin imaa Nagaajiwanaang (Changing the plants back to manoomin in the St. Louis River) He will discuss progress, challenges, and the path forward after two years of restoration work. In addition, there will be Board Elections and brief updates from SLRA's Executive Director, staff, and Board. You don't have to be a Member to attend the Membership Meeting! If you are a member you will be receiving emailed ballots and bios for the new board member election before the meeting. You must be a paid member by the start of the meeting in order to vote. We sincerely hope that you can join us next week to get to know us and our work. Refreshments will be provided. If you are interested in becoming a new board member or for more information contact: Kris Eilers, Executive Director at 218-733-9520
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RT @RepMikeQuigley: Applauding Members for speaking on Floor in support of #GreatLakes—RT to show your appreciation for this ecological tre…


RT @ntf5418: Minnesota worries about what's in the water mprnews.org/story/2017/03/…


RT @JudyApplePiLady: Concerns EPA cuts affect on #greatlakes discussed in #mnleg Ways&Means, and MnPCA budget relationship, cleanup of #StL…


RT @JLincStine: Amen! @GLCommission @CanCGMPLS @StLouisRA @LarsonForDuluth @SeaGrant twitter.com/lakesuperiorpp…


RT @ntf5418: Many restoration and sediment cleanup projects planned. Time for continued investment in the Great Lakes @GreatLakesNow @StLo…

St. Louis River Alliance added an event.
What is the Saint Louis River Alliance up to? What is their leadership role in our community? How do I get involved? Learn about: • The Current State of the Organization • What Projects and Activities the Alliance is Working On • Potential Stewardship and Volunteer Activities • Progress Report on the Clean Water Campaign Special Guest, Thomas Howes, Fond du Lac Natural Resource Manager, will present: Aanji-nitaawigichigaadewin manoomin imaa Nagaajiwanaang (Changing the plants back to manoomin in the St. Louis River) He will discuss progress, challenges, and the path forward after two years of restoration work. In addition, there will be Board Elections and brief updates from SLRA's Executive Director, staff, and Board. You don't have to be a Member to attend the Membership Meeting! If you are a member you will be receiving emailed ballots and bios for the new board member election before the meeting. You must be a paid member by the start of the meeting in order to vote. We sincerely hope that you can join us next week to get to know us and our work. Refreshments will be provided. If you are interested in becoming a new board member or for more information contact: Kris Eilers, Executive Director at 218-733-9520
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St. Louis River Alliance shared Great Lakes Piping Plover Recovery Effort's post.
Very soon now Great Lakes Piping Plovers will be completing their transition from winter to breeding plumage and begin winging their way north to the Lakes!

St. Louis River Alliance shared an event.
Do you know any students with a passion for the environment looking for volunteer opportunities and field experience? We are offer free seats in our Aquatic Invasive Sentry training sessions to high school and college students interested in the environment, ecology, and gaining volunteer and field experience. If you know someone who would be interested in learning about an increasingly important topic in natural resource management and wildlife conversation, please share!
For this session, we are offering free seats to high school and college students interested in the environment, ecology, and gaining volunteer and field experience. The Aquatic Invasive Species Sentry program is a citizen-based monitoring program aiming to arm recreators and lake property owners with the knowledge needed to recognize and report new occurrences of AIS. This introductory class, you will be on your way to becoming a volunteer Aquatic Invasive Species Sentry, you will help protect the waters of St. Louis County by learning: - How invasive species are introduced - Potential impacts on our natural resources, economy, and human health - Basic lake and river ecology - How to identify common aquatic plants and animals - How to conduct surveys of invasive species in the field - How to record data and report findings Your registration for this classroom session also registers you for the additional field session to go out on the St. Louis River with SLRA staff to practice identification and survey methods. Field dates TBD.
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"Great news for invasive species prevention: All ships entering Great Lakes in 2016 got ballast water inspections http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/news/4231423-ballast-inspections-reach-all-ships-entering-great-lakes …"
The U.S. Coast Guard and Canadian regulators say they inspected the ballast tanks of all 466 saltwater ships that entered the Great Lakes in 2016,...