Our Outdoor Adventure


Ready for take off to another restoration site on the St. Louis River.


The view from atop the cliffs was stunning as we overlooked the flowing water from Jay Cooke State Park.


As we traveled to one of the restoration sites we also learned more about the strenuous process of restoration of wild rice stands on the St. Louis River which requires lots of mechanical cutting using a barge. We were also fortunate to learn more about the sturgeon restoration projects at Fond du Lac Resource Management.

We also had the opportunity to check out Jay Cooke State Park for Friday fun day. Looking forward to next week as we begin to start more field-work and sampling at Fond du Lac and the research farm here at UMD.


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