The City of River Falls wrapped up its Kinnickinnic River Corridor Planning Charrette on October 28 with a public presentation of design concepts generated during the four-day workshop. The charrette results—which included scenarios in which the dams were removed or...read more
Thursday, December 7 marks the date of this year’s Kiap-TU-Wish Holiday Conservation Banquet. Last year the banquet finally achieved its long-sought goal of being the chapter’s biggest fundraising event. To continue that history, we need you in attendance. The cost of...read more
See Kiap-on-Tap on Facebook Come and join us at Rush River Brewing in River Falls for Kiap-on-Tap, which takes the place of our normal November meeting. There won’t be a formal meeting, but there will be plenty of pizza, craft beer, power for fly tyers, tee shirts for...read more
Recently, the WDNR added a new requirement that chainsaw operators at TU chapter brushing events needed to be certified in First Aid . To meet this requirement, Randy Arnold with the help of Nate Anderson organized a First Aid class. The class was held Sunday, 10/22...read more
The CPR/First Aid training class is all set up for this Sunday Oct. 22nd at the DNR Service Center in Baldwin, WI. The training is necessary for our winter habitat work crews to stay in compliance with DNR regulations regarding workplace safety. I need to have 2-3...read more
To protect, reconnect, and restore the coldwater fisheries and their watersheds in Polk, Pierce, and St. Croix Counties of Wisconsin and to insure access to fishable coldwater streams.