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Shocking Walleye With the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources!
 
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A few days ago, Matt and Zach from The Reel Shot and TRS Live joined the Wisconsin DNR on a mission to capture, record, tag, and release Walleye on the Wolf River just outside Shiocton. Having no idea what to expect, the two managed to get some awesome footage and contribute the the ongoing efforts to conserve our precious swimming resources! We're talking new products from Shimano, Hayabusa, Power-Pro, Jackall and more! Make sure to watch this one!! Intro: “The Combine (Triune & E.Q) prod by Joey French” Stay tuned for more TRS Live episodes Live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheReelShot/ and over at http://www.trsoutdoors.com! TRS Live is an outdoor talk show broadcast live on Facebook and on our website trsoutdoors.com, with shows airing every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10am CST, with every episode being uploaded to Youtube at 12pm CST following each live show! Shop TRS: https://www.thereelshot.com/ Visit our site: http://outdoors.thereelshot.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheReelShot/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trsoutdoors/
Views: 421 The Reel Shot
The Breathtaking Natural Riches of Wisconsin
 
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Wisconsin's fortune was built on timber and fur, and its plentiful natural resources helped bolster the burgeoning U.S. economy during the 19th century. From: AERIAL AMERICA: Wisconsin http://bit.ly/1ys7XCr
Views: 4123 Smithsonian Channel
Muskie Spawning with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
 
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On Thursday May 16th we sent our TRS Media guy Zach with the Wisconsin DNR to film the process of collecting, researching, and spawning the Spotted Muskellunge in the bay of Green Bay! Great big thanks to the DNR for everything they do for nature and the fish we all love to try and catch!
Views: 111 The Reel Shot
Jen Riemer's hopes and fears for Wisconsin's natural resources
 
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Jen Riemer raises beef, pork, chicken, turkey and eggs on her family farm in Brodhead, WI. The Riemer Family Farm's goal is to raise the highest quality meat in a way that sustains the earth for generations to come and respects the animals on the farm. Jen is active in Green County Defending Our Farmland. She says: "My hope is that in Wisconsin everyone will have clean drinking water and not have to worry about what’s coming out of their faucet. My fear, however, is that right now Wisconsin is very open to big industry and big agribusiness, and more concerned with them making money than the health and safety of the residents of Wisconsin. I support MEA because they go about the business every day of protecting our drinking water, groundwater, surface water, and keeping an eye on what’s going on in the legislature."
Investigating Wisconsin History | Using Nature's Resources
 
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'Investigating Wisconsin History' helps students think like historians. Each program poses a 'history mystery' and then follows a variety of historical clues to solve it. As 'history detectives,' students analyze such clues as historical sites, oral histories, artifacts, maps and photographs. In putting together this historical evidence, they will form an image of the past and realize that history often involves multiple perspectives. Using Nature's Resources - Angie explores a shipwreck while scuba diving in Lake Michigan, which prompts her to investigate the ways in which water resources have been used in Wisconsin's past. Her investigation leads her from Lake Superior to the Fox River to the Horicon Marsh. She explores the relationship between people and natural resources, noting the impact of human decisions on those resources. Angie encourages students to think about the balance between using and protecting natural resources. More at: http://www.ecb.org/history/
Creating Woody Browse for Deer - Wisconsin DNR Deer Management Assistance Program
 
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DNR Deer Biologist Matt Esser walks you through a simple project you can do this winter to create woody browse for deer and (and also get yourself some firewood)! The Deer Management Assistance Program seeks to provide landowners with practical technical advice like this weekend project to promote healthy deer and healthy habitat across Wisconsin. Learn more about DMAP here: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/DMAP.html Video taken January 2018.
Views: 680 WIDNRTV
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Fish Survey
 
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April 12th, 2015 The Department of Natural Resources conducts a fish survey every year, on a different Madison lake. What do these surveys show?
Views: 39 Sharon Yoo
Newsmakers: Wisconsin's First Hemp Growing Season
 
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On December 13, 2018, Senior Producer Steve Walters sat down with Associate Dean of UW-Extension Dept. of Agriculture and Natural Resources Patrick Robinson and Legacy Hemp Agronomist Bryan Parr to talk about the lessons learned from Wisconsin's first hemp growing season in seven decades. Want to learn more about hemp in Wisconsin? Watch our mini documentary: https://youtu.be/Pn0g0ICwS5w #wisconsineye #newsmakers #hemp
Views: 2130 WisconsinEye
Forestry | Climate Wisconsin
 
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In this multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board, Marshall Pecore, forest manager for Menominee Tribal Enterprises, describes the forest's economic and cultural value, and the management techniques used in order to sustain it. He identifies invasive species and diseases as a major threat to forest health—a threat that may intensify as Wisconsin's climate warms. More info and educational resources available at http://climatewisconsin.org/. Production Credits: Finn Ryan -- producer, director David Nevala -- photography, video, editing Asche and Spencer -- music Special Thanks: Marshall Pecore Menominee Tribal Enterprises Avery Dorland -- Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources Scholarship Recipients 2015
 
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The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources awarded 230 scholarships totaling $201,350 in 2015. Learn more about our scholarships at http://bit.ly/UWSPCNRscholarships.
Views: 578 UW-StevensPointCNR
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Sterling Firetower (~100 ft.)
 
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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Sterling Firetower (~100 ft.)
Views: 577 matthewjdenn
Funding Your Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Work
 
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Do you need funding to cover the costs of citizen-based monitoring efforts for your school, nature center, or community group? There are many options for funding CBM efforts in Wisconsin, ranging from grants to contracts to creative fundraisers. Join Eva Lewandowski, DNR CBM Coordinator, and Caitlin Williamson, Director of Conservation Programs at the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, to learn about funding opportunities and keys to successfully obtaining funding for your CBM efforts. Presentation slides are available at http://wiatri.net/cbm/Resources/images/CBMFunding2018.pdf
Views: 136 WisCBMnetwork
Turn Waste into a Resource for Wisconsin
 
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No matter where you live in Wisconsin, chances are there is a magical landscape nearby with fresh water glistening on it or running through it. But, some in our Dairy State are concerned that run off from cow manure is harming our lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater. What if we could not only calm those concerns but we could actually turn this waste into a resource for Wisconsin communities and for farming communities worldwide? What if we could lead the world by innovating sustainable technologies and applications that help to grow one of our state’s most vibrant industries; a solution that unleashes economic development in our rural communities; protects our state’s natural resources with freshwater solutions that are valuable throughout the world and; what if we could do all this at the same time? By finding innovative ways to convert waste into resource we will create jobs in science, technology and manufacturing that put Wisconsinites to work. These state-of-the-art solutions will light up communities throughout our state with clean power and economic development and the products and knowhow developed right here in Wisconsin will light up our exports to countries throughout the world. Imagine creating a network of regional pipelines transporting methane biogas from anaerobic digesters installed at dairies, livestock producers and central collection points to power plants generating low cost electricity for Wisconsin communities; biofuels for trucks and farm vehicles and; ammonium nitrate and organic fertilizers for commercial and retail distribution nationwide. Imagine being at the epicenter of the explosion of freshwater technologies that make every drop of this precious resource count – solutions that are not only valuable for a state like ours that is nearly surrounded by freshwater, but pure gold to communities where freshwater is very hard to find. We see a bright future for Wisconsin and it is powered, in part, by waste.
Views: 158 StageW
Tom Barrett-Talks About Changes in the Dept. of Natural Resources
 
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http://www.jsonline.com/news/opinion/walkers-dnr-ignores-whats-best-for-the-state-tg5bomv-151225785.html "Clean, sparkling lakes and streams. Productive family farms and grazing cattle. Lush northern forests teeming with life, open to hunting, fishing and camping. These are the images that should come to mind when we think of Wisconsin's natural resources." Unfortunately, that is all changing under Gov. Scott Walker's reign. Instead, the images range from sickening to outrageous. Human sewage at three times the legal limit covering fields and running into our drinking water and groundwater. Law enforcers offering repeat offenders a "show of good faith" by slashing fines and not writing tickets. The health of Wisconsin communities and our natural resources suffering as a result. "Rewarding those who lie and cheat is apparently how Walker's Department of Natural Resources operates. The DNR is supposed to refer serious environmental violations to the state Department of Justice. Under Walker's regime, these referrals have dropped to less than a third of what they were over the past 12 years."
Views: 95 Atbl1TV
Wisconsin's First Managed Elk Hunt - what you need to know | Wisconsin DNR
 
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Join DNR big game ecologist Kevin Wallenfang as he announces Wisconsin's first managed elk hunt. Learn how to apply, how many tags will be available and much more!
Views: 13726 WIDNRTV
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - Hunter Recruitment 3
 
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Create your own adventures and memories by enjoying Wisconsin's wild side. Learn more by visiting, https://dnr.wi.gov/education/outdoorSkills/mentor.html.
We Are The University of Wisconsin-Extension
 
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We are the University of Wisconsin-Extension. We teach, learn, lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin, and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities. We provide educational programs by teaming up with agriculture; meeting community challenges; protecting natural resources; strengthening Wisconsin’s families; and supporting young people through 6 program areas— • Agriculture & Natural Resources • Community, Natural Resource & Economic Development • Family Living Programs • 4-H Youth Development • Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey • Leadership Wisconsin Learn more about UW-Extension! Website ▶ http://www.uwex.edu/ces Facebook ▶ https://www.facebook.com/wisconsincooperativeextension Twitter ▶ http://twitter.com/UWEXCoopExt Please Like, Comment & Share! Copyright © 2015 by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System doing business as the division of Cooperative Extension of the University of Wisconsin-Extension.
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Cluster
 
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The AFNR Cluster is for those people that love the outdoors, working with nature and don't mind getting dirty. This vast cluster has career opportunities in dairy herd management, horticulture, veterinary science, and agricultural equipment technology. If you want to be a part of sustaining the beauty of our elegant state, find a career in the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource Cluster today.
Wisconsin History, Exploitation of Resources, Death and Destruction
 
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Part of Scott Walker's ALEC/Koch brother's agenda is to turn Wisconsin's natural resources over to a handful of multinational corporate interests, largely subsidized by taxpayers, and to do this quickly, under-the-radar, and before any meaningful oversight or regulation can happen. Very few in the Badger State understand the power-play, now in full-force, to destroy the state's unique silica sandstone formation, grinding them up for frac sand which Koch Industries uses in enormous quantities. VOICES has been on this story and this video report explains what's at stake and what has happened in the past with powerful economic interests are given a free and subsidized hand taking Wisconsin's natural history and heritage mostly out-of-state for immense profits. The lumber barons of the gilded age, literally denuded the state -- stripped it of old growth trees leaving behind havoc and deadly fires that burned out of control across barren land littered with stumps, brush, and waste from timer over-harvesting. Without oversight, Wisconsin history shows what happens when business interests have their way with our natural resources and environment -- we saw death and destruction and taxpayers subsidized the over-harvesting of old-growth forests.
Views: 103 madisonvoicesnews
NIC’s Department of Natural Resources Solutions
 
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Go Wild, deployed by NIC subsidiary, Wisconsin Interactive Network, delivers an online solution that follows outdoor enthusiasts up the mountains and through the lakes and rivers to optimize the time spent outdoors. Wisconsin residents can now enjoy a comprehensive platform to manage all of their interactions with the Department of Natural Resources. This dashboard includes harvest reporting, license registration, educational certifications, and many more tools to maximize anyone’s outdoor experience.
Views: 115 NIC Inc.
Wisconsin DNR Regulates Wild Ginseng
 
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More on the story of American ginseng. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources regulates the sale, harvest and shipment of American ginseng,
Views: 1454 Market to Market
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - Turkey Hunting Recruitment 1
 
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Learn how to hunt turkey with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. For more information, visit: https://gowild.wi.gov/
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - Turkey Hunting Recruitment 2
 
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Learn how to hunt turkey with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. For more information, visit: https://gowild.wi.gov/
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - Hunter Recruitment 1
 
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Create your own adventures and memories by enjoying Wisconsin's wild side. Learn more by visiting, https://dnr.wi.gov/education/outdoorSkills/mentor.html.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - Hunter Recruitment 2
 
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Create your own adventures and memories by enjoying Wisconsin's wild side. Learn more by visiting, https://dnr.wi.gov/education/outdoorSkills/mentor.html.
Bob Fassbender: Wisconsin Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy
 
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Public Hearing: Wisconsin Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy Senate Bill 459 Regulation of Navigable Waterways and Wetlands Recorded February 3, 2016
Views: 29 Firepoint Media
2017 UW-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources Scholarship Recipients
 
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Thanks to wonderful donors and sponsors the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources (CNR) was able to award scholarships to 230 students in 2017. To learn more about our scholarship opportunities within the CNR visit http://bit.ly/UWSPCNRScholarships. This video was created with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor) Music includes: Fig Leaf Times Two by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200096 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 348 UW-StevensPointCNR
A warning at some Wisconsin beaches
 
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MILWAUKEE - A warning from the Department of Natural Resources about some Wisconsin beaches.
Views: 38 TODAY’S TMJ4
From Hunt to Harvest: Deer Butchering Demonstration by the Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources
 
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The Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Aldo Leopold Foundation hosted a free weekend of hunting and cooking activities, including a deer butchering demo. Community members in Wisconsin and participants in the UW’s Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “The Land Ethic Reclaimed: Perceptive Hunting, Aldo Leopold, and Conservation” were invited to celebrate hunting and the Land Ethic in Wisconsin on Feb. 21-22, 2015.
Science Video for Kids: Natural Resources of the Earth
 
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Natural resources are found all over Earth like sunlight, air, water, rocks, soil, plants and animals. There are two types of natural resources - renewable and nonrenewable resources. Let's learn more about natural resources by playing this video. #ChildEducation #ScienceVideos #Kids #Science #Education Looking for more educational content? After watching the video, put your kids' knowledge to the test with our Natural Resources quiz: http://ow.ly/10hqkD
Views: 588725 Turtlediary
From Hunt to Harvest: Wild Game Cooking Demonstration by the Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources
 
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John Motoviloff, author and wild game chef extraordinaire, speaks to participants and shows off his cooking chops at “From Hunt to Harvest,” a community event hosted by the Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Aldo Leopold Foundation in honor of the UW’s Massive Open Online Course “The Land Ethic Reclaimed: Perceptive Hunting, Aldo Leopold, and Conservation.” Feb. 21-22, 2015.
Northland College Natural Resources 225
 
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Derek Ogle, Professor of Natural Resources at Northland College, takes his class to the Iron River Wisconsin Fish Hatchery to get some hands-on field experience during May Term.
Views: 538 NorthlandEDU
Female anglers increase in Wisconsin
 
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More women are fishing in Wisconsin than ever before. It’s a trend that the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources would like to see continue for the future.
Views: 35 TODAY’S TMJ4
Pt 2 Wetlands Club 5'19 | Wisconsin Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy
 
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Public Hearing: Wisconsin Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy Senate Bill 459 Regulation of Navigable Waterways and Wetlands
Wisconsin Elk Release 2016 – Jackson County
 
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On March 23, 2016, 39 elk from Kentucky arrived at their new home near Black River Falls, Wis. This is the second year of a five-year elk reintroduction project being conducted by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Ho-Chunk Nation, Jackson County Wildlife Fund, and many other local partners. For more information regarding elk in Wisconsin, click here: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/elk.html
Views: 4817 WIDNRTV
Hey WDNR! It's Time to Require Registration for Bear Baits in Wisconsin
 
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It's time for Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources to require registration and a limit on the number of bear baits hunters can use on our national forest lands. Every year, over 4 million gallons of food waste is dumped in northern Wisconsin to attract bears so hunters can chase them and kill them. It's even legal to feed black bears chocolate in Wisconsin, which is toxic to bears, wolves and other canines. This Summer, Wolf Patrol is in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, documenting and reporting out-of-compliance to WDNR conservation officers. The first thing WDNR asks, is whether Wolf Patrol knows who is operating the bear baits in question. It takes valuable time away from conservation officers to have to simply identify who is responsible for a bear bait in Wisconsin, as there is currently no legal requirement for bear hunters to provide WDNR with the number or location of bear baits a hunter is using. A simple bait registration system such as that employed by Minnesota, would also create revenue that could in turn go towards the costs of policing Wisconsin bear baiting on national forest lands. In the recently approved WDNR 20-year Bear Management Plan, mention is made 14 times of the lack of information available on the impact of baiting on Wisconsin's black bear population. A registration system could also create the necessary funding for such research. As long as WDNR does not require a limit on bear baits or registration of their location, to aid conservation officers in ensuring they are compliant, Wolf Patrol is asking that bear baiting be suspended in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. If you agree, let national forest officials know by sending an email to: [email protected] For More Info: wolfpatrol.org
Views: 397 Wolf Patrol
Wild Wisconsin 2018 - Are You ready?
 
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The world of hunting is changing, and Department of Natural Resources staff are hard at work to make sure Wisconsin’s hunters have the resources they need for a safe and successful deer season. Wild Wisconsin is your ticket to enjoying the outdoors this fall. Web series segments, podcasts and more - all at your fingertips. With help from Vortex Optics, Mayville Engineering Company Shooting Sports and The Hunting Public, Wild Wisconsin is back for year two. Head to dnr.wi.gov, keywords "Wild Wisconsin" for more!
Views: 434 WIDNRTV
GoPro footage from the I Heart Wisconsin: River Trip
 
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Ruth Oppedahl, executive director of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, kayaked the Wisconsin River in fall of 2015 in celebration of Wisconsin's conservation legacy. Ruth collected this footage over the course of her amazing 18-day trip. Learn more at http://www.wisconservation.org/i-heart-wisconsin/.
Trumpeter Swans Soar in Wisconsin
 
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http://dnr.wi.gov/news/features/feature.asp?id=2 25 years after the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and partners launched efforts to restore trumpeter swans to the landscape, a record number of nesting pairs has been found.
Views: 3087 WIDNRTV
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources TV Commercial - Summer 2010
 
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Commercial from 2010 for Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Views: 58 Kaiden Dodson
Rep. Clark questions lobbyist from Wisconsin Realtors Assoc. in Natural Resources Hearing
 
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Rep. Fred Clark questions Tom Larson, a lobbyist with the Wisconsin Realtors Association, during the public hearing on AB 463 (the Wetlands Bill) on January 10, 2012.
Views: 34 LadyForward
Deer Hunt Wisconsin 2016 - Snapshot Wisconsin
 
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With the help of 4,000 strategically deployed trail cameras, a suite of remote sensing satellites and a global crowd-sourced database, Wisconsin’s wildlife will soon have its prime time moment. Snapshot Wisconsin, an unprecedented collaboration between the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR), NASA and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, aims to provide one of the richest and most comprehensive caches of wildlife data for any spot on our planet. To learn more about Snapshot Wisconsin, click here: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/research/projects/snapshot/
Views: 4990 WIDNRTV
Pt 1 Rick Persson CARCAJOU CLUB 6'17 | Wisconsin Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy
 
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Public Hearing: Wisconsin Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy Senate Bill 459 Regulation of Navigable Waterways and Wetlands
Back to Nature
 
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“We abuse the land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” ----Aldo Leopold, A Sand county Almanac. We're getting back to nature in this episode of Discover Wisconsin, and we start at a foundation in Baraboo committed to bringing the environment back to it's natural roots. Founded by Aldo Leopold's five children in 1982, The Aldo Leopold Foundation is a conservation organization that works to inspire an ethical relationship between people and nature, and continues to foster this land ethic through the legacy of Aldo Leopold. We get to be a part of just a small number of the many great programs they have at the foundation; including their Learn-to-Hunt programs and an introduction to their Prescribed Burn trainings. Host Mariah Haberman takes a walk through the grounds with Leopold fellow, conservation biologist, historian, and writer Curt Meine, who gives some key insight into Leopold's work and his final day of protecting the land. And before we leave Baraboo, Mariah goes for a ride out to the foundation's blind to see the annual Sandhill Crane migration. Nothing gets you out and into nature like hunting in Wisconsin. The Discover Wisconsin crew goes hunting with a range of hunters who each give their perspective on why they hunt. From deep rooted family traditions and love for venison, to population control and wanting to know exactly where your meat came from, there's a lot to learn when it comes to the benefits of hunting. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources offers many excellent programs to teach, instruct and get more people hunting all over the state, as well as cooking up delicious meals. Mariah heads back to Baraboo one last time for a DNR sponsored instructional on how to cook the meat once you've harvested it, lead by R3 Coordinator, hunter, writer and cook, John Motoviloff. When was the last time you took a moment to appreciate your environment in this great state? Well we’ll be giving you more ways than one, as we get back to nature.
Views: 237 Discover Wisconsin
Managing Your Land for Wildlife - Wild Wisconsin 2018 Bonus Segment
 
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The great thing about hunting is that there’s no shortage of new information out there to help you become a better hunter. One of the most rewarding ways to take your game to the next level is actively managing your land for deer (and all types of other plants and wildlife species). While this may seem intimidating, it’s never been easier to take your first (or next) step. Here are DNR deer biologists Curt Rollman and Matt Esser to help you get started. Best part? Many of these tips are so simple they can be tackled in a weekend, with the benefits lasting for years! Be sure to check out an Off the Record podcast covering habitat management. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m20Jap5FBK0&index=19&list=PLz1F3wus1j4y3GGrdpObThIJBONxMEfB4 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/use-the-offseason-to-improve-your-habitat-and-your-hunt/id1392683302?i=1000412669747&mt=2 Be sure to check out the Deer Management Assistance Program: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/DMAP.html Looking to see what else you can do on your property? Follow Wisconsin DNR on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and ask our staff questions: https://dnr.wi.gov/about/connect.html The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR) does not endorse and makes no representations expressed, inferred or implied, concerning any advertisement in any of its electronic or print publications, the content of the advertisement, or any products or services offered in the advertisement or by the advertiser. Reference to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, copyright, logo or otherwise does not represent an endorsement or recommendation by WI DNR.
Views: 3239 WIDNRTV
Public Land Hunting 101 - Wild Wisconsin 2018 Bonus Segment
 
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Did we mention that there are 7 million acres of public lands in Wisconsin for you to explore? We may have mentioned it a few times during this series. But, where do you start? It can be intimidating to take the plunge into hunting public land, but we’re here to make sure you’ve got all the tools to get started. Whether that means learning to pattern deer movement (or hunter movement, for that matter) on public land, finding your access point, or reading deer sign and being mobile, the ball’s in your court! Here are Bill Hogseth and Jeff Pritzl from the Wisconsin DNR and Aaron Warbritton from The Hunting Public to help you get boots on the ground and explore public lands. Stay tuned – the Hunt Wild Wisconsin mobile app will be out soon! Be sure to check out an Off the Record podcast covering public land hunting tips with the Hunting Public. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/public-land-hunting-from-start-to-finish-everything/id1392683302?i=1000417561767&mt=2 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/wild-wisconsin-off-the-record-presented-by-wisconsin-dnr/wild-wisconsin-off-the-record/e/55715868 Check out the FREE Public Access Lands atlas for all of your mapping needs: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/PAL/ Looking for young forest habitat? Check out the Fields & Forest Lands Interactive Gamebird Hunting Tool here: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/fflight.html Looking for more? Be sure to follow Wisconsin DNR on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: https://dnr.wi.gov/about/connect.html The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR) does not endorse and makes no representations expressed, inferred or implied, concerning any advertisement in any of its electronic or print publications, the content of the advertisement, or any products or services offered in the advertisement or by the advertiser. Reference to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, copyright, logo or otherwise does not represent an endorsement or recommendation by WI DNR.
Views: 12205 WIDNRTV
Peregrine Falcon History in Wisconsin
 
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We support recovery efforts of the Wisconsin Peregrine Society, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Milwaukee Public Museum, and we funded production of this award-winning video on peregrine falcon history in Wisconsin.
Views: 4431 WEC Energy Group
Wisconsin Odonata Survey
 
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The goal of this survey is to gain more knowledge about the distributions and habitat requirements of our 160+ species of dragonflies and damselflies (Order Odonata). In order for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) to protect the natural resources of the state, we need to know what habitats are critical, especially for rarer species. A number of our species are either rare or of a special concern, or are federally listed as threatened or endangered. In addition, many habitats have not been well surveyed. Within the last 15 years, two species new to science have been found in the state. http://wiatri.net/inventory/odonata/index.cfm
Views: 1486 WisCBMnetwork