Lake habitat workshops July 17 and 24
The public is invited to learn how downed trees and branches can improve shorelines and provide important food and shelter for fish and other wildlife. Lake habitat workshops are scheduled to be held July 17 at Kemp Natural Resources Station in Woodruff and July 24 at the Reiter Center in Three Lakes. Both workshops will be held at 6 p.m. and both are free of charge.
Hear more about the differences between “fish sticks,” tree drops and other woody habitat structures. Invited guests are John Kubisiak (DNR fisheries biologist) and John Heusinkveld (assistant director, Treehaven), who will provide information on ecology, logistics, permits and more. Their presentations will help educate and empower lake groups and landowners for project planning.
Those interested in attending the July 17 Kemp Station workshop are advised to reserve a seat, as space is limited. Call (715) 369-7835 or email email@example.com.
The Lumberjack RC&D Council provided funding for the workshops.