This month you will find stories on community collaboration, how you can earn money by reporting invasive weeds, how to manage your woods for a native budworm and a story highlighting a project by one of our partners who are working to protecting the Marengo river. Don't forget to enjoy the last months on summer!
Local Partners are Joining Together for Landowners
In northern Wisconsin "partners are coming together to contribute and
collaborate to help landowners". Continue reading for a story on how the My Lake Superior Northwoods is collaborating with the many partners to assist landowners in northern Wisconsin.
You can Earn Money for Reporting Invasive Plants!
Continue reading here to get more information on how you may be able to earn money for reporting invasive species! This link may be helpful when trying to identifying invasive plants on your property.
Protect your Woods from the Spruce Budworm!
A new outbreak of the Spruce budworm began in 2012. Click here to learn more about monitoring your woods, how to detect the worm and the management options for your property if you do detect the budworm.
Area Conservation News
We often drive along beautiful rivers from the roads high above, not knowing what is happening to the river banks, trees and plants just over the edge! Learn more about the great work one of our partners, Bad River Watershed Association, is doing to protect a stretch of the Marengo river by. Continue reading here.