Dinner at the Lake – February 29, 2020
February 29 @ 6:00 pm$35
Dinner at the Lake with Lake Superior Area Fisheries Supervisor Cory Goldsworthy
The primary duties of Minnesota DNR’s Lake Superior Area Fisheries Office is to fulfill the State’s signatory obligation to A Joint Strategic Plan for the Management of Great Lakes Fisheries, an agreement facilitated through the Great Lakes Fishery Commission to provide a framework for cooperative and collaborative fisheries management across multiple jurisdictions on the Great Lakes. This includes assessment and management of sport, charter, commercial, and tribal subsistence fisheries using an ecosystem-based precautionary approach to fisheries management.
Cory Goldsworthy was born, raised, and learned to chase all varieties of fish and wildlife in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula under the purview of an iron-mining father and a mother who was a nurse (folks that knew the “Goldsworthy Boys of North Lake” might even call her a Saint). He graduated from Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin with a Bachelor’s degree in Fish and Wildlife Management and went on to complete his Master’s degree with the Tennessee Cooperative Fishery Research Unit at Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, Tennessee. He began working for the Minnesota DNR in 2006 as a temporary biologist and worked in the West Metro, Duluth, and Lake Superior offices as a fulltime biologist before becoming the Lake Superior Area Fisheries Supervisor in 2014. In his spare time, Cory enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, coaching hockey, hunting and fishing, and teaching his boys just how spectacular the world outdoors can be.
Appetizers start at 6:00 p.m.; presentation following dinner
Dinner at the Lake meal and presentation:
Adults: $35; Children ages 5-12 yrs: $17
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
If making reservations that includes children, please phone in your reservation to 320-245-2648.
Discounted overnight lodging may be available – please inquire by calling 320-245-2648, ext. 101