FUM can be contacted at:
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service
555 Lester Ave.
Onalaska, WI 54601
Phone: Outreach Specialist, Gretchen Newberry 608-783-8455
President Ron Walley can be reached at 608-385-3685 or email@example.com
Hatchery Manager, Genoa National Fish Hatchery – Doug Aloisi
Office Liaison, Genoa National Fish Hatchery – Darla Wenger
Project Leader, La Crosse National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office –Rebecca Neeley
Rebecca Neeley will start as FWCO Project Leader on March 4. Rebecca has been with the Service for almost 19 years and is excited about starting her new position as the La Crosse FWCO Project Leader. She has been the station lead of the Carterville FWCO Wilmington Substation for the last three and a half years where her work has been focused on Asian carp in the Illinois River. Prior to working for the Carterville FWCO, Rebecca worked for the Sea Lamprey Control Program, which is where her career with the Service began. She started as a seasonal employee and worked her way up to a team lead position, working in both Ludington and Marquette. Rebecca holds a B.S. in Natural Resources Management from Grand Valley State University, and an M.S. in Fisheries from Michigan State University. The most rewarding aspect of her job is the professional and personal relationships she has developed with staff and partners. Away from the office, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her husband and family, traveling, and working on her many craft projects.
Office Liaison, La Crosse National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office – Teresa Lewis
Friends of Upper Mississippi Liaison – Gretchen Newberry <firstname.lastname@example.org
The Genoa hatchery staff is happy to announce that we are now able to staff the Great River Road Interpretive Center this November with former National Park Service Park Ranger Raena Parsons. Raena joins us as our new Environmental Education Specialist. Raena earned her Bachelor’s degree at Eastern Washington University in 2010, and promptly began her federal career as an intern with the Bureau of Land Management. She also interned with the National Park Service at San Juan Island National Historical Park, and became a full time biological technician at the Historical Park in the same year. She also continued her education, earning her Master’s degree in Environmental Education from Western Washington University. Raena, her husband and daughter made the trek east and arrived just before Thanksgiving. She enjoys family activities, outdoor sports such as rock climbing, running and just plain getting outside. You will find Raena in our new Interpretive Center getting acclimated to our ongoing programs and preparing to build upon a conservation legacy in the community and the Upper Mississippi River Region.
Environmental Specialist, Genoa National Fish Hatchery – Raena Parsons