The latest newsletters contain information about recent Asian Carp information and activity between the Menominee Indians and various legislative bodies concerning the Lake Sturgeon.
By Dan Ashe, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Like all duck hunters, I know that, oftentimes, the worse the weather, the better the hunting. I look at our current conservation climate in much the same way. Although our … Continue reading
A new report commissioned for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), reveals that investments in natural resource conservation have a real impact on local jobs and economies. The first phase of the report, titled “The Economics Associated with Outdoor … Continue reading
Genoa National Fish Hatchery needs help with the huge task of removing invasive Sticklebacks from its Fathead minnow brood stock. Fatheads provide all of the forage for six species of sport fish and many species of mussel host fish. Please … Continue reading
Kds and Mentors Outdoors will meet on Monday, January 9th, at 6:00 PM in Room 307 of the Onalaska High School. We will nominate officers, name our chapter, plan events, and brainstorm ideas about what clientele we wish to serve. … Continue reading
The friends group recently submitted an intern position description letter to the University of Wiscosnin – La Crosse. This would be an unpaid, but accredited experience. If an intern does step forward, that person would be involved in moving forward with a … Continue reading
The next friends meeting will be on Thursday, December 15th at 6:30 at the 5555 Lester Street location.We will plan for the ice fishing derby and some other events. We also need to look at creative ways to increase memebership.