Thank you for participating in the Apostle Islands 50th Anniversary Resource Stewardship Symposium. We’re pleased to present the web edition, which follows our 2-day live virtual event, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
To conclude the event, Lynne Dominy delivers a challenge to you, no matter what your relationship to the national lakeshore may be. She returned to the questions she asked during her opening remarks.
We invite you to watch all of the wonderful sessions, then watch Lynne’s closing remarks. And when you’re done, let us know what you think! Share your ideas and feedback here.
Symposium Program in PDF format
Lynne Dominy, Superintendent, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
Lynne became the superintendent of Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in Wisconsin, on the southern shore of Lake Superior in 2019.
As a steward of this great lakes landscape, Lynne supports an exceptional team of managers and staff focused on operating and stewarding this national lakeshore. Her 30 years in the NPS includes various positions held at Acadia NP, Little Bighorn NM, Bandelier NM, Point Reyes NS, Grand Canyon NP, and Carlsbad Caverns NP.
Lynne loves working with skilled and passionate NPS teams and park partners to communicate the importance of our sites and to engage communities and visitors in their stewardship. She enjoys creative problem solving and working with staff to find real solutions to management issues.
Lynne cares deeply about Tribal and community relationships and values the importance of creating the next generation of park stewards through youth engagement. Lynne has a deep passion for our nation’s water resources- our relationship to them for navigation, survival, recreation, and relaxation. She is an avid kayaker, photographer, and swimmer so she spends as much time as possible in and on the water.
This online event is supported by Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Northland College, the Apostle Islands Historic Preservation Conservancy, the National Park Foundation, the National Park Service and the Bayfield Heritage Association.