Oneida County Land and Water Conservation Department

Keeping Shorelines Wild
11:00 am
Thu July 10, 2014

Fish Sticks and Half-Submerged Logs: Restoring Woody Shorelines

Fallen trees and branches provide valuable habitat for wildlife.
Credit Matthew Rethaber / WXPR News

Oneida County is holding two workshops on the value of maintaining woody habitat along lake shorelines.  

Rosie Page from the Oneida County Land and Water Conservation Department says fallen trees and branches provide valuable habitat for fish, birds and other wildlife…but that habitat is being greatly reduced. 

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Open Mic
4:00 am
Sat June 15, 2013

Open Mic To Feature Northwoods Stories, Songs

The Oneida County Land and Water Conservation Department, Lumberjack RC&D and UW-Extension are inviting people with a need to talk about the Northwoods to an open microphone this Thursday evening in Three Lakes.

County Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator Michele Sadauskas says the new event is called "Northwoods Expressions."

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