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From report Preserving Great Lakes common terns and the Ashland Tern Island

Common terns are not as common as their name applies. In fact, they are listed as Endangered by the State of Wisconsin. One of two sites where common terns nest in Wisconsin is located along the Lake Superior shoreline in the City of Ashland, and is called the Ashland Tern Island. Restoration took place at the site that will provide nesting safety for the birds for decades to come.
From report Two Fish Passage projects completed in the Salmon Trout River Watershed

Two projects were then planned and executed by the Superior Watershed Partnership and Land Trust in conjunction with the AFWCO to replace the two failing culverts with a properly sized bottomless arch structures in order to improve passage for native fish and control sedimentation in the Salmon Trout River watershed.
From report Brownstone trail pollinator project and partnership

The Landmark Conservancy and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Ashland Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office worked together through the Service’s Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program to restore pollinator habitat along the Brownstone Trail in the small city of Bayfield, Wisconsin. Healthy forest cover and proper management is important to reduce erosion and protect the water of Lake Superior.
From report Middle and High School Students Learn About Careers in Wildlife
Middle and high school students learn about careers in wildlife from FWS Refuge and Ecological Services employees.

Middle and high school students learned about careers in wildlife from FWS Refuge and Ecological Services employees at a career exploration event at Saginaw Valley State University. Students played games highlighting fish and wildlife biology, biologist career skills, and outdoor recreation skills.
From report Fish and Wildlife Populations and Habitat Impairments Removed in the U.S. side of the St. Marys River Area of Concern
Fish and Wildlife Populations and Habitat Impairments Removed in the U.S. side of the St. Marys River Area of Concern

Fish and Wildlife Populations and Habitat Impairments Removed in the U.S. side of the St. Marys River Area of Concern. The St. Marys Little Rapids and spawning fish are back! This marks a big success for rapids restoration efforts improving habitat for fish and wildlife.
From report Friends and Staff from Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge and Groundwork Elizabeth Visit Seniors in Elizabeth, NJ

Staff and volunteers from Great Swamp NWR joined Groundwork-Elizabeth staff (GWE) in visiting three senior centers in Elizabeth, NJ
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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