Updated: April 25, 2017
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WE HONOR ONE OF OUR OWN!
CONGRATULATIONS TO ELLIE LURVEY
1st PLACE AWARD AT THE WLWCA STATE
Ellie Lurvey, (center) is awarded FIRST PLACE at the Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation and Environmental Awareness Speaking Contest on Tuesday, March 15, 2017. Presenting the award is James VandenBrook, Executive Director, Wisconsin Land and Water (left) and Eric Paulsen, Co-Host, Discover Wisconsin (right)
RESULTS ARE IN!
Contest Winners posted on the
2017 Land and Water Poster & Speaking Contest WINNERS page
We had an award ceremony too.
Check out all the kids who attended.
THANKS TO EVERYONE!
The Oneida County Land & Water Department works with lake shore property owners to restore degraded shorelines. Within the last two years, we have begun to focus additional attention on the protection and restoration of woody habitat and floating and emergent aquatic vegetation. Check out this report that details how shoreline development and watershed disturbances can negatively affect water quality and fish populations.
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Below is a report on Revenue Options for Wisconsin Fish, Wildlife and Habitat Management from the Department of Natural Resources.
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Recent Updates in "Cool Conservation Clips"
NEW TOPICS ADDED TO COOL CONSERVATION CLIPS!
Pollinator Project Update!
Meet Adam, the first Monarch butterfly caterpillar feeding in the new pollinator habitat at the Three Lakes Winery.