Learning Through Management

When we think about stream health, we often measure it in terms of how clean the water is, what lives in that water, or total flow. We don’t always recognize the complex set of surface, subsurface, and land use connections that influence stream health, or the suite of restoration actions available to improve it. Learn how two UW Stevens Point professors are collaborating with the Little Plover River Watershed Enhancement Project Team and their students to help evaluate and address degraded watershed conditions.

Learn more about the project and its accomplishments.

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Special thanks to the following organizations and individuals for their help with this video:

  • UW Stevens Point College of Natural Resources Faculty & Students
  • Community Volunteers
  • Local Conservation Clubs

Special thanks to our project funders:

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