This past fall, we had an extended conversation with Brian Price about his career as a natural resources professional. Brian was the Executive Director of the Leelanau Conservancy for over 25 years before stepping down to take a supporting role in 2014. But he wasn’t always a land-lover. After graduating from Oberlin College with a geology degree, Brian spend 15 years as a commercial fisherman on the Great Lakes.
In this short video clip, Brian describes one of the changes he’s observed in our natural world. He says that the amount and frequency of ice on Lake Michigan has diminished dramatically. In fact, Brian says, our climate has already begun to shift in dramatic ways and most anyone can see it