Julia Robson is conservation biologist for the Waukesha County Park System. Her message is simple: “We all have a stake in what happens to our natural resources; a stake in the future of our streams, rivers, lakes and Great Lakes.” Learn more about her 340-mile journey from the shores of Lake Michigan in Milwaukee to the coast of Lake Superior. The Great Lakes are the largest freshwater system on the planet. They provide a vital resource to more than 35 million people who depend on them every day for drinking water, an economy that generates $4.6 trillion per year, provides over 2 million jobs, as well as habitat for a variety of fish and wildlife. Julia and Alyssa Armbruster set out on the “Walk to Sustain Our Great Lakes” to raise awareness about threats from pollution, invasive species, climate change, and degradation and loss of wetlands.
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