Monthly Archives: October 2015

DNR: Citizens, lake contractors urged to report findings of any invasive species – fox6now.com


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DNR: Citizens, lake contractors urged to report findings of any invasive species
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MADISON — Following the recent identification of zebra mussels along the southeastern shoreline of Lake Mendota, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is asking citizens and lake contractors to report findings of any aquatic invasive species ...
Zebra-striped species arrives in Lake MendotaMadison.com

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Fish Barrier Will Help Save Sacramento River Salmon – Capital Public Radio News


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Fish Barrier Will Help Save Sacramento River Salmon
Capital Public Radio News
Two years ago, hundreds of endangered salmon migrating up the Sacramento River were trapped in a channel that drains the entire western half of the Sacramento Valley. State, federal and local agencies are celebrating a project designed to ensure that ...

Off-roading leaves thousands in damage to city forest trail – Superior Telegram


Superior Telegram

Off-roading leaves thousands in damage to city forest trail
Superior Telegram
Parks, Recreation & Forestry Superintendent John Krivinchuk, left, works with Public Works Heavy Equipment Operator Bill Krejci to chain a truck to a tracked bulldozer to remove it from the Superior Municipal Forest on Tuesday afternoon. Three vehicles ...

Putnam County opens first ‘nature park’ – Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)


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Putnam County opens first 'nature park'
Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)
A dedication ceremony for the nature park -- the first of its kind in Putnam County -- was held Thursday by the county parks and recreation commission and attended by those who helped develop the park as well as local elementary school students. Norman ...
Putnam County Opens New Nature ParkWCHS-TV8

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