Have you told the WDNR what's important to you over the next 10 years?
There are some key items that are being bounced around the DNR up in Wisconsin, including lengthening the inland trout season, allowing some pretty serious fracking and mining in key watersheds, and the results of some previously made decisions.
After connecting with a few WDNR agents over the last year or so, they really do want to help and are willing to listen.
We need your feedback!
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources would like your ideas about the conservation and management of Wisconsin’s fish and wildlife resources now and into the future.
We are currently updating two important conservation plans – the Wildlife Action Plan and the Fish, Wildlife, and Habitat Management Plan. Updates will act as a blueprint as the department continues to manage and protect fish and wildlife resources over the next ten years.
These plans must be completed in order to receive important federal funds that directly support healthy, sustainable fish and wildlife populations and their habitats, and provide outdoor recreation opportunities in the state.
But, we need your help! Please take this 5-10 minute survey - it will be open for participation until midnight on Friday, Nov. 14th. Please note that your privacy is important to us and your individual responses will remain strictly confidential.
To take the survey, follow the link above or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser: http://22.selectsurvey.net/DNR/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=88KK8pm2.