The Lake Superior Celebration - Bridging Schools and Communities

Art - Nature - History - Sustainability

Location: Great Lakes Research Center
Directions to the MTU Great Lakes Research Center, Campus Maps:

Participant listens to student
A participant listens to a student about their
School-Community Team Stewardship Project
and its impact on the Lake Superior Watershed.

The Lake Superior Celebration at Michigan Tech's Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC) is a FREE family-friendly event open to all!

The Lake Superior Celebration has been in occurrence since 2008 in order to highlight the work of the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative (LSSI) which brings schools and communities together in the stewardship of Lake Superior and its watershed. Every year there are displays and presentations by students and local community partners and by Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative school-community teams. In addition, there are informative displays by community organizations, local growers and non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs.

During the Lake Superior Celebration students can get in on the fun and learning with a variety of hands-on activities for elementary students! There is live music, art exhibits, a silent auction and light refreshments.

School-community team oral presentation
A school-community team delivers an oral
presentation describing the goal and impact of their
Stewardship Project to community members,
parents and administrators.

Visit the LSSI Events Page to view details about this year's event or contact the LSSI Leadership Team for further information.

The event is sponsored by the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative.