1). The water quality study was presented at the Geological Society of America annual meeting in Logan, Utah during the week of May 18th, 2011.
2). The Far North Symposium invited us to speak about the trip- from paddling to science- and Luke presented at the Symposium to a crowd of 300 paddler enthusiasts.
3). In March of 2011, Luke received a Young Scholars Grant through the University of St. Thomas. The grant provides $4,000 funding for work on the water quality project.
4). A presentation featuring the Canadian Waters Expedition and Lucas Will of The Superior Dream (www.SuperiorDream.com) expedition will occur at the University of St. Thomas St. Paul campus on Thursday, May 5th. The event is open to all, free of charge. Refreshments will begin being served at 6:30pm, speaking will start at 7pm. The presentation will consist of Lucas Will sharing his trip experience and updates, followed by Lindsey and Luke sharing their trip and progress on the water quality study. The building for the campus is called Owens Science Hall, room 150 (also called the "3M Auditorium").
5). The Sun Newspapers published an article on April 15th, 2011 detailing some highlights of the trip and current work. Here is the link to the online version: http://mnsun.com/articles/2011/04/15/headlines/fw_av_fr14canoetrip.txt
Lindsey and Luke continue to seek ways to get the word out on their experience-whether it be via community press, presentations/talks, sharing in the science or paddling communities, or meeting with others who are planning trips of their own. Please contact them if you or your organization has interest in their story.