The logging industry along the Mississippi River has had a huge impact on the culture, economics, and biology of where we live today. Join us for an informal presentation about logging and the history of the Upper Miss. Refuge, featuring several unique remnants of the past. This program is best suited for older children and adults.
Presented by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service volunteer, John Papenfuss, Bob Mullen of the La Crosse County Historical Society, and Student Conservation Association Intern, Emily Bissing-Olson.
This program is free to the public. It begins at 10:30 am and is located at the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge Visitor Center on Brice Prairie at N5727 County Road Z.
Contact Ranger Katie Julian (608)779-2391 for additional information