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Citizens honored for their work to collect information about natural resources

3:58 PM, Apr. 16, 2013
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Ozaukee County's fish passage program and a key volunteer in documenting how fish are responding to efforts to restore their migration routes along Lake Michigan tributaries were among the groups and individuals recently recognized for outstanding achievements in citizen-based monitoring of Wisconsin's natural resources.

Other honorees for the Citizen-based Monitoring Awards include two volunteers with Milwaukee's Urban Ecology Center, a key volunteer in surveys to collect data about dragonflies, and Dave Redell, the late Department of Natural Resources bat ecologist, who ...

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