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Regulated Aquatic Invasive Plants in WI

Sokaogon Chippewa Community receives grant to boost walleye stocking

Lynn Weide Staff writer for the Forest Republican Originally published in the Spring 2014 Wild Rivers Guide The Sokaogon Chippewa recently received a grant for $298,900 through the DNR’s Walleye Initiative to fund the construction of two new rearing ponds this summer, an expansion that is expected to eventually double the community’s production of large …

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Please be on the lookout for invasive Phragmites patches while outside this Fall and Winter.  Phragmites is a tall grass that can grow as tall as 15 feet.  It grows extremely dense and shades out other species.  It is the same grass that blankets the shoreline of Lake Michigan in the Green Bay area.  A …

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