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After the tour, us for a networking chili lunch! The morning includes an opportunity for networking, regional and legislative updates, lightning talks, and student posters. Greenleaf, WI us as we tour three projects that focus on maintaining a working landscape, while benefiting both wildlife and our local farmers.
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The stops will include Holland Wildlife area, where rotational grazing has recently been implemented as a management tool to maintain permanent grassland cover for wildlife habitat. The event will include five short videos, each featuring different regional projects and the opportunity to interact with the project partners.
Hear from our conservation partners who have been instrumental to the de and implementation of these great projects. You do NOT need to register if you are just coming to Hagemeister. Fall Field Tour: Coastal Wetlands of the Green Bay West Shore The afternoon will kick-off with a tour of the Ken Euers marsh restoration project and a discussion on wild rice restoration, followed by a stop at Sensiba Wildlife Area to learn about managing a diked system in Green Bay with high water levels.
Additionally, we will stop at a farm that is participating in a collaborative project to monitor the impact that diversified cover crops have on pollinators and predatory insects.
Who: Anyone interested in conservation is welcome. You must register for the LMS meeting.
The tour will conclude with a stop at Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve to take a look at an on-going wetland restoration, and northern pike and waterfowl habitat management. Meet the bus at p.
The afternoon will kick-off with a tour of the Ken Euers marsh restoration project and a discussion on wild rice restoration, followed by a stop at Sensiba Wildlife Area to learn about managing a diked system in Green Bay with high water levels. Events from the Green Bay Conservation Partners. Tuesday, December 15, a.
Cash bar and food can be ordered off the menu. Note: If you are interested in attending the LMS event focused on Great Lakes commercial shipping and the connections to our economy, culture, and conservation efforts, see this link.