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6/30/2021
WHO SUPPORTS A WOLF GOAL OF 350 OR LESS IN WISCONSIN? Thirty-six Wisconsin County Boards have passed resolutions supporting a wolf goal of 350 (7) or 350 or less (26), 100 or less (1), 80 or less (1), or 50 or less (1).  The votes: Barron, Burnett, Vilas, Taylor, Florence, Forest, Iron, Jackson, Lincoln, Marinette, Oconto, Oneida, Price, Shawano, Waushara, Waupaca, Grant all passed unanimously, Adams, 16 for, 2 ag...
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Hunting for sustainability is topic of Horicon Marsh special event

HORICON, Wis. – Join Hunting and Shooting Sports Coordinator, Keith Warnke, at 7 p.m. on Nov. 6 at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center to learn more about the connections between natural resources conservation, sustainability and hunting.

The title of Warnke’s presentation is “Hunting for Sustainability” and the evening offers a preview of a similar, full length, continuing education course offered by the Department of Natural Resources and Madison College. The presentation is free and open to all.

 “Natural resources, sustainability and hunting fit hand-in-hand,” says Warnke. “Hunting is critical to conservation and a large portion of conservation funding comes from hunters and anglers.

“Hunting is an integral part of the fabric of Wisconsin life and a great source for locally produced food. The objective of the longer course is to overcome barriers in knowledge and equipment needed to get started if you weren’t raised a hunter. The course is an opportunity for adults to get started with guidance from experienced hunters.”

The Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center is located between the towns of Horicon and Mayville on Highway 28. The presentation will be in the auditorium near the lower entrance. For a detailed list of Horicon special events please visit the Friends of Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center website at www.horiconmarsh.org.

For more information on the evening’s presentation contact Keith Warnke, 608-576-5243 or keith.warnke@wisconsin.gov