J Skylark Company

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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J Skylark Company has an overall ZapScore of 97. This means that J Skylark Company has a higher ZapScore than 97% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Duluth, Minnesota is 44 and in the category is 64. Learn more about ZapScore.

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ICYMI - Thanks FOX21 News for visiting our River Cleanup event last month! http://www.fox21online.com/2017/05/20/slra-volunteers-team-clean-portion-superior/
Duluth, Minn. – Volunteers from the St. Louis River alliance spent the day cleaning up the river. Decade’s worth of trash that had been dumped alongside the St. Louis River continues to be a problem for the St. Louis River alliance. “We find TV’s and other electronics down in there and those certain...

RT @Gr8LakesLady: ICYMI last week @cityofduluth proposed changes to waterfront trail and rail with focus on nature https://t.co/rHIKnTTB5l

Thank you so much to our friends and supporters at @LHB_AEfirm for renewing their RiverPartner contribution! https://t.co/jADosyOk7V

Thank you so much to our friends and supporters at LHB, Inc for renewing their RiverPartner contribution!

A big thank you to our friends at Marine Tech LLC for renewing their River Partner support of the Clean Water Campaign!

A big thank you to our friends at Marine Tech LLC for renewing their River Partner support of the Clean Water Camp twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

RT @greatlakestoday: .@MNSeaGrant @StLouisRA @MEP_Duluth @CleanWaterFdn @CleanWaterMN @greatnessglp @GreatLakesMaps @greatlakesinfo @ELPCen…

RT @anneMPCA: On the #StLouisRiver, massive environmental cleanup now under threat strib.mn/2rQNFnM

Much gratitude to #MNLEG for passing a 988 Million dollar bonding bill that includes the full 25.4 Million for the clean up of the St. Louis River. That state match will trigger 47.2 million in GLRI federal funds. This clean up is a once in a generation opportunity to right the wrongs of the past and move us into an era of vitality on the river. Special thanks to Judy Erickson for her tireless work at the capitol, to our Mayor Emily Larson for advocacy for all the Duluth Projects, and to our dedicated state reps, Liz Olson, Jennifer Schultz, Senator Erik Simonson, Senator Ann Rest, Rep Ecklund and many others. Governor Mark Dayton has been a huge advocate for our water in Minnesota and we look forward to the signing of this bill. Now, we have had many supporters and our members from our community and across the state come together to help raise awareness and money to get the job done and without their support this would not have been possible - so we will be planning a public event to celebrate in the coming month. Thank you MPCA for your leadership on this project and for allowing us to do this work.

St. Louis River Alliance shared Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore's photo.
A couple of days ago the piping plover monitors found one of our important breeding adult female plovers dead--it was apparently killed by a dog that was off leash. While no one saw the incident, there were dog tracks in the area that indicated a chase had ensued, there were pounce marks and then the torn carcass remained, all indicators of domestic dog attack. This is why it is so important to keep dogs on leashes and out of our piping plover nesting areas (all areas are signed/marked closed to dogs).There are only 75 adult nesting pairs in the Great Lakes population of the endangered piping plover, and so far this season half of these birds are nesting within the National Lakeshore. Losing a female breeding bird is all the more heartbreaking. The nest was due to hatch in 7 days. We've collected the eggs and transported them to a facility that will incubate them--hopefully some of those eggs will hatch and the chicks will fledge.