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Field day introduces students to conservation topics

4:48 PM, Oct. 14, 2013
Teal Fyksen, grazing specialist with Golden Sands Resource Conservation and Development Council Inc., presents a station on managed grazing during the seventh annual Waupaca County Conservation Field Day on Oct. 4 at Hartman Creek State Park.
Teal Fyksen, grazing specialist with Golden Sands Resource Conservation and Development Council Inc., presents a station on managed grazing during the seventh annual Waupaca County Conservation Field Day on Oct. 4 at Hartman Creek State Park.
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The seventh annual Waupaca County Conservation Field Day was held Oct. 4 at Hartman Creek State Park. The event was coordinated by Golden Sands Resource Conservation & Development Council Inc., or Golden Sands RC&D. More than 450 excited Waupaca County fifth-grade students attended the event from Waupaca Middle School, Manawa Elementary School, Iola-Scandinavia Elementary School, Marion Elementary School, St. Martin Lutheran School, Clintonville Middle School and Emanuel Lutheran Learning Center in New London.

The field day event offered students more than 20 hands-on field ...

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