BY KYLE MOSEL, LA CROSSE FWCO Bailey Ketelsen offloads an acoustic receiver which revealed acoustically tagged Asian carp in Pool 16. Credit: Kyle Mosel, USFWS During October, Tyler Harris, Katie Lieder, and Kyle Mosel traveled to Muscatine, Iowa to … Continue reading
DUBUQUE – A clean-up is slated to begin on Thursday (February 5) to recover ethanol on land and on the iced-covered surface of the Mississippi River following a train derailment that occurred Wednesday (February 4) north of Dubuque. There was … Continue reading
BY JORGE BUENING, GENOA NFH Students learn about the relationship between monarch butterflies and milkweed plants. Credit: USFWS Over the past few years the Genoa National Fish Hatchery (NFH) has been establishing relationships with area schools. This was done with … Continue reading
BY JORGE BUENING, GENOA NFH La Crosse Garden Club Members working in the pollinator garden on the grounds of Genoa NFH. Credit: USFWS The Genoa National Fish Hatchery (NFH) has renewed a partnership with the La Crosse Garden … Continue reading
By Mark Steingraeber Have you ever wanted to take part in a science investigation? Medical specialists often seek members of the public to voluntarily participate in trials to determine the effectiveness of new treatments to document health outcomes. The La … Continue reading
Image of Release Ceremony Guttenberg Pond Unit. Credit: USFWS Biologists from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (FWS) Fisheries and Refuge Programs met with a representative from Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Guttenberg office to discuss using existing land … Continue reading
GFH is loking for volunteers the week of 1-30 to make repairs to a bunch of clam cages. Lunch provided. Contact 608-689-2605 if interested.
New to the Newsletter section is LFWCO January 2012 Making Waves. Read about the incredible diversity in Carver Creek and other stories. Don’t stop there – pick up some of the other newsletters in the News section.
Kids and Mentors Outdoors meets at the Onalaska High School on Monday, February 6th at 6:00 PM. The group is looking for mentors to work with children ages 10-16 and motivated people to plan activities. An exciting and fast-growing organization … Continue reading