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Wildlife, Habitat, People:

Resiliency in a Changing World

51st Annual Winter Meeting (virtual)

7 - 10 March 2022


Plenary Featuring

Jessie Panazzolo

Founder, Lonely

Conservationists

Dr. Ben Zuckerberg

Associate Professor,

UW-Madison

Dr. Jonathan Gilbert

Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission


Symposia Topics

The Upper Mississippi River:

Partners, Restoration, and Research

  • The Mississippi River is both a nationally significant ecosystem and navigation system.
  • Learn how a multi-agency partnership is planning and implementing successful river restoration projects
  • Hear from biologists, researchers and educators that work on the Mississippi.
  • Join us for a Mississippi River Roundup where we showcase, “Resiliency in a Dynamic Large River System”

Midwest Furbearer Management:

Past, Present and Future

  • Listen to nationally renowned biologists on the forefront of furbearer management in the state of Wisconsin
  • Learn about research and management of grey fox, badger and nuisance beaver populations
  • Discuss beaver's impacts on trout streams, the conservation American marten and climate impacts on furbearers.
  • Join us for a conversation on all things furbearer

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