DNR works to restore urban fishing pond in Appleton’s Memorial Park

2018-01-19T14:41:03+00:00

Invasive Carp Pose a Problem: Chemical Treatment Used to Enhance Fishing Opportunities The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR), in cooperation with the City of Appleton, used a chemical treatment as part of a

DNR works to restore urban fishing pond in Appleton’s Memorial Park 2018-01-19T14:41:03+00:00

Sediment & Phosphorus Reductions through Streambank Stabilization

2017-12-19T12:09:35+00:00

The banks of the Lower Konkapot Creek, located near the City of Kaukauna, are highly susceptible to bank erosion.  This erosion is caused by many factors, including increased runoff, a decrease in shoreline

Sediment & Phosphorus Reductions through Streambank Stabilization 2017-12-19T12:09:35+00:00

Plum & Konkapot Creek Project Sign – Coming Soon!

2017-10-16T09:07:26+00:00

The Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance is proud to announce that a new sign, highlighting the agricultural conservation efforts of our Great Lakes Restoration Initiative partners, will be placed in the City of Kaukauna in the

Plum & Konkapot Creek Project Sign – Coming Soon! 2017-10-16T09:07:26+00:00

Corn Cultivator + AirSeeder = Cover Crop Jumpstart

2017-07-18T08:18:55+00:00

To build on successes with air seeding cover crops while making a fall tillage pass, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) partnered with Outagamie and Brown Counties to mount the air seeder on a 12-row corn

Corn Cultivator + AirSeeder = Cover Crop Jumpstart 2017-07-18T08:18:55+00:00

Cover Crops already growing in the Plum and Konkapot Creek Watersheds

2017-01-26T13:13:07+00:00

As corn silage is harvested, those that travel through the Plum and Konkapot Creek Watersheds may be seeing more cover crops growing than they have in the past. Interseeding cover crops into young standing

Cover Crops already growing in the Plum and Konkapot Creek Watersheds 2017-01-26T13:13:07+00:00