MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - State wildlife officials want to hear from outdoor enthusiasts about ways to improve fishing access and management of the Driftless Area in the western part of Wisconsin.
The DNR is conducting a long-term planning process that will guide future land acquisitions in the area – plus the management of habitat.
Nine public meetings are planned for next month, where folks can have their say. Experts will provide maps of the Driftless Area, plus information on fish populations and possible effects from climate change.
The meetings begin March 11th in Baldwin and run through March 28th in Fitchburg.
More information is available at the DNR’s Web site, accessible at Wisconsin.Gov.