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From report Creating a Legacy
How to create a legacy.

Students create their own legacy like the famous John Muir.
From report No Limitations

A private landowner in Waushara County, Wisconsin does not let his disability get in the way of restoring habitat for the federally endangered Karner blue butterfly.
From report Marengo River Bank Stabilization and Fish Habitat Project

The Marengo River Bank Stabilization and Fish Habitat Project in Lincoln Township, Bayfield County Wisconsin was completed in the fall of 2017. The project consisted of using the best modern bioengineering practices to stabilize a collapsing hillside along the Marengo River. Brook trout and a host of other fish and wildlife will benefit from these restoration actions.
From report Educate and Celebrate - Scatological Themed Volunteer Recognition Dinner

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From report SEEDS Youth Conservation Corp begins Green Point Area Restoration on the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge
SEEDS Youth Conservation Corp begins Green Point Area Restoration on the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge

From report Nature Rocks! Summer Youth Camp
Wallkill River NWR holds Summer Youth Camp to teach appreciation of the natural world and how to describe it.

Nature Rocks! Summer Youth Camp held at the Wallkill River NWR in Sussex NJ this summer will teach children 8-12 yrs old how to appreciate the natural world. They will be encouraged to keep a journal, using writing, drawing and photography to record their observations. They will also engage in fun activities such as kayaking, fishing and archery. the camp will run from mid-June to early August.
From report Landscape Restoration on Private Land: Working with Great People One Acre at a Time to Benefit Brook Trout, Migratory Birds and Other Priority Species.

When the dust cleared in the fall a small wetland restoration, pollinator planting and bat house installations were completed. The landowners were some of the most helpful the Ashland FWCO has ever worked with. John, Ann and Kurt put in many hours of in-kind labor during the entire on-the-ground restoration portion of the project.
From report Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge Field Season Summary, 2016

The staff at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge has a successful nesting season in 2016. Check out the field season summary to get all of the details on the final nesting numbers!
From report Milkweed for Monarchs

Look at the pretty butterfly
From report Menge Creek Fish Passage Restoration

Menge Creek located in the State of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, is a high quality cold water trout stream that flows north into Lake Superior’s Keweenaw Bay. The undersized and perched culverts were replaced with a clear span bridge and this on-the-ground action has made available over 8 miles of stream habitat for native fish.
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