Landowners interested in improving habitat on their property are invited to help Necedah National Wildlife Refuge celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Partners for Fish & Wildlife program Saturday, Aug. 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
In 1987 the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service launched the program to enhance wildlife and wildlife habitat on private property. During the program, landowners will share stories about the steps they took to enhance conservation on their acreage, and visitors can talk with conservation practitioners to gather insights and learn what help is available.
Representatives from Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Ruffed Grouse Society, Pheasants Forever, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Trout Unlimited, Natural Resources Conservation Service, county conservationists and the Aldo Leopold Foundation are planning to attend.
Reservations are required and include lunch provided by the Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge and a door prize ticket.
To make a reservation, call 608-565-5051 or register via Facebook.