Little Wolf River

In May, 2010, SEWTU returned to the center of Wisconsin to, for the third consecutive year, join forced with the Fox River Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited for a workday on the Little Wolf River near Iola, Wisconsin.  This is the site of a large, ongoing project of the Fox River Valley Chapter, and we were honored to take part in thier work.  All participants are thanked for thier efforts!


Volunteers again cut and removed invasive vegetation, which had been crowding the stream.  Others used that brush to create bundles, which were then used to narrow the stream in areas where it had been artifically widened, restoring the stream to its natural width.   


At the the conclusion of the workday, the Fox Valley Chapter treated all attendees to a free brat lunch, excellently prepared by FVTU member/leader Jim Hlaben.   Overall, the day was a success, and SEWTU members were able to once again work with a number of other strong chapters, and to enjoy some great central-Wisconsin area fishing afterwards.


Thank you to all who attended, and special thanks to Fox Valley TU.


Unfortunately, no photogrpahs have been located of this workday.