Appreciation Day 2014

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  • Ready for students: Jennifer Glad, Barb Gifford, Kaycie Stushek Ready for students: Jennifer Glad, Barb Gifford, Kaycie Stushek
  • Barb Gifford handing out student bags Barb Gifford handing out student bags
  • 4th grade teacher leads eager
<br />students to the river 4th grade teacher leads eager
    students to the river
  • Aquatic Invasives Station: show and tell how to
<br />keep invasives out of rivers and lakes Aquatic Invasives Station: show and tell how to
    keep invasives out of rivers and lakes
  • Aquatic Invasives Station-presenter Kaycie Stushek:
<br />students search boat for invasives Aquatic Invasives Station-presenter Kaycie Stushek:
    students search boat for invasives
  • Tom Meronek, DNR Fisheries, a 7 year
<br />volunteer, showing students native brook trout Tom Meronek, DNR Fisheries, a 7 year
    volunteer, showing students native brook trout
  • Tom Meronek, DNR, and UWSP CNR students
<br />shocking fish for observation Tom Meronek, DNR, and UWSP CNR students
    shocking fish for observation
  • Fly casing: a favorite with students Fly casing: a favorite with students
  • Stu Grimstad (Trout Unlimited) 8 year volunteer Stu Grimstad (Trout Unlimited) 8 year volunteer
  • Fly Tying: Al Kunst (Trout Unlimited) 8 year volunteer Fly Tying: Al Kunst (Trout Unlimited) 8 year volunteer
  • Fly Tying: students love this station Fly Tying: students love this station
  • UWSP CNR students instructing students UWSP CNR students instructing students
  • Water Conservation: Andrew Aslesen (Rural Water Association) and Village of Plover Water Conservation: Andrew Aslesen (Rural Water Association) and Village of Plover
  • UWSP CNR students gathering river dwellers as
<br />examples of the abundant/diverse life rivers support UWSP CNR students gathering river dwellers as
    examples of the abundant/diverse life rivers support
  • Stream Flow Monitoring: UWSP students teaching about stream flow Stream Flow Monitoring: UWSP students teaching about stream flow
  • Tom Meronek and UWSP CNR
<br />students sharing river facts Tom Meronek and UWSP CNR
    students sharing river facts
  • Stream Flow Monitoring: using an orange, students see how a river flows Stream Flow Monitoring: using an orange, students see how a river flows
  • More on the river . . . students waiting to
<br />see fish and other river dwellers More on the river . . . students waiting to
    see fish and other river dwellers
  • Macroinvertebrate Viewing: UWSP students gathering river life for viewing Macroinvertebrate Viewing: UWSP students gathering river life for viewing
  • 4th grade students excitted to view fish 4th grade students excitted to view fish
  • Macroinvertebrates: eager students Macroinvertebrates: eager students
  • Stream Flow Monitoring: students helping to measure flow Stream Flow Monitoring: students helping to measure flow
  • Macroinvertebrates: UWSP CNR student setting up Macroinvertebrates: UWSP CNR student setting up
  • Would You Drink This Water: Jennifer Glad (Golden Sands RC&D)--students always eager to answer questions Would You Drink This Water: Jennifer Glad (Golden Sands RC&D)--students always eager to answer questions
  • Would You Drink This Water: Jen McNelly (UW Extension) and Katren Salata (Golden Dands RC&D) instructors Would You Drink This Water: Jen McNelly (UW Extension) and Katren Salata (Golden Dands RC&D) instructors
  • Would You Drink This Water: Jen McNeyy asking "Would You Drink This?" Would You Drink This Water: Jen McNeyy asking "Would You Drink This?"
  • Would You Drink This Water: Jen McNelly instructing Would You Drink This Water: Jen McNelly instructing
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