NWLT Board Members Involved in 50 Years of Conservation

Published on April 29, 2019 by in News

A number of our Board members (in bold) are slated to give programs in their area of expertise in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Nicolet College. John Bates, naturalist/author, coordinated several programs to highlight 50 years of natural resource management in the northwoods.  Ron Eckstein, Retired WDNR Wildlife Biologist, is giving a talk on 50 years of Wildlife Conservation at Nicolet College followed by a trek through the Thunder Lake Marsh SNA just north of Three Lakes WI. On September 25th,  Bryan Pierce, NWLT Executive Director, and Matt Dallman of The Nature Conservancy, will speak on 50 years of conserving private lands, from 9:30-10:30 am, followed by a hike at the Holmboe Conifer Forest SNA at 11 am. Bob Martini, Retired WDNR Rivers Coordinator, described how and why the quality of water has improved in the last 50 years, then lead a tour of key sites along the Wisconsin River near Rhinelander. For more information, and to register, go to and search for Outdoor Adventure Program.

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