LUNKER-thon Workday

On August 29, 2009, SEWTU joined forces once again wtih the Gary Borger Chapter of TU, out of northern Illinois, to work in the Southern District of the Kettle Moriane, along with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.  As part of our joint continuing work on Scuppernong Creek, over 40 volunteers turned out to construct another 35 mini LUNKER structures.


These structures will be placed into Scuppernong Creek, immediatley downstream of the Paradise Springs outlet.  Over the past several years, both GBTU and SEWTU have been very active in aiding the WDNR in stream restoration efforts in Scuppernong Creek.  These structures will further this work.


As always, follownig the workday an incredible lunch was served, led by Jim Bailey and John Knitter, who have defined themselves camp cooks. 


A good time was had by all, and SEWTU looks forward to continuing to work with GBTU, and in the Southern District of the Kettle Moraine