Lake Superior Streams
Posted in: | November 15, 2013
“Duluth, Minnesota lies at the western end of Lake Superior, the source and headwaters of the entire Laurentian Great Lakes ecosystem. Although perhaps better known for extremely cold winters, residents and visitors know it to be a city of forested hills, wetlands and trout streams. With 42 named streams, Duluth has one of the highest densities of stream corridors of any of the over 150 EMPACT- metro areas.”
This website offers real time data bringing the streams to life, information on Lake Superior Communities, storm water, citizen and school involvement, and the importance of water quality and watersheds.