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Natural resources students learn through preservation

Group works on one of Wisconsin's treasured resources

2:21 PM, Apr. 3, 2013
Shawn Sullivan of the DNR takes a stream bank reading while students work their way across the stream.
Shawn Sullivan of the DNR takes a stream bank reading while students work their way across the stream.
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Gently flowing and quietly winding through several parts of our state are true gems, often passed by without a second glance, cutting their way through wooded hills and valleys. They are high quality, cold-water trout streams and they are nothing short of a treasure.

Fisheries staff with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources work to preserve these streams, which are home to native brook trout, naturally-producing brown trout, and in some cases, rainbow trout. Making sure they maintain the integrity of these waterways for years to come is a constant work in progress. But it's not ...

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