Project RED Training Session 6/25/2013 - Lu Lu Lake Nature Preserve


The Nature Conservancy is hosting a local Riverine Early Detectors (RED) classroom training and paddle on June 25. During the free training, Anna Moyer and Tina Wolbers, WDNR will teach you to monitor your river by canoe, kayak, or on foot for species of concern. The protocols are easy and fun. Along with invasive species monitoring Lisie Kitchel, WDNR will teach how to monitor for native clams and the invasive Asian clam that is in the Mukwonago River. The Project RED training is scheduled for June 25, 2013 at 9:00am at the Lakeview Lodge on the Lulu Nature Preserve, N9564 Nature Road, Eagle, WI. A paddle on the Mukwonago River will be held after lunch. Please contact Anna Moyer at 920-838-2715 or Canoes will be available but feel free to bring your own, and please bring a packed lunch. We hope that as you paddle, hike, tube, bike, fish and swim this summer along our rivers and streams, you assist us in keeping an eye out for invasive species and report any suspicious findings.

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