Northwoods students get hands on look at animal shelter, fishery and conservation work

SUGAR CAMP - Leaders from animal rehab centers, fisheries and the DNR spoke to students in Sugar Camp, Friday, hoping to combine education with protection and awareness of nature. Many of the students play, hike and hunt in the Northwoods. Conservation wardens like Patrick Novesky say kids need to know the challenges of maintaining nature. Full story: WJFW

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