Many Hands Make Light Work

Restoring natural systems takes a lot of work. Community-based conservation requires engagement by local volunteers—groups and individuals—to get that work done. But it’s not about just getting work done. It’s also about the power of coming together to work toward a shared goal, to make a difference in and for the community. Learn how one community in central Wisconsin is showing up to improve the health of their river and their local watershed.

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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