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Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge Winona District Takes Project COMPASS Fishing
Midwest Region, June 5, 2014
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Private Lands Biologist AnnMarie Krmpotich helps a Project COMPASS client with his catch.
Private Lands Biologist AnnMarie Krmpotich helps a Project COMPASS client with his catch. - Photo Credit: Mary Stefanski/USFWS
Friends of the Refuge Headwaters members serve the evening picnic for Project COMPASS clients at the annual fishing event.
Friends of the Refuge Headwaters members serve the evening picnic for Project COMPASS clients at the annual fishing event. - Photo Credit: Mary Stefanski/USFWS
Administrative professional Gayle Maule watches over a group of Project COMPASS clients and helpers as they fish from the dock at the annual fishing event.
Administrative professional Gayle Maule watches over a group of Project COMPASS clients and helpers as they fish from the dock at the annual fishing event. - Photo Credit: Mary Stefanski/USFWS

Staff from the Winona District - Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge and Friends of the Refuge Headwaters joined together to take approximately 35 clients of Project COMPASS and their "helpers" fishing for an evening.

As part of the event, the Friends provide a picnic dinner for all the participants. Project COMPASS offers events and classees for people with disabilities through the Winona community Education Office. This is the 24th year of the Winona Distric and Project COMPASS sharing this special evening.


Contact Info: Mary Stefanski, 507-494-6229, Mary_Stefanski@fws.gov



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