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Karner Blue Rendezvous

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People of all ages are welcome for a day of discovery and fun at the Little Plover State Fisheries area on September 29th! Students in UWSP’s Society for Ecological Restoration are organizing the 3rd annual “Karner Blue Rendezvous” to promote awareness of Wisconsin’s endangered Karner Blue Butterfly, and to share how the public can help in this little butterfly’s survival. Come out for guided nature hikes, hands-on seed sifting and planting activities, listen to live bands, and dig in to some delicious local food. Stevens Point’s own Levitating Train Committee will provide musical entertainment, and local conservation organizations will be exhibiting at the event as well, including the Friends of the Little Plover River and Golden Sands Resource Conservation & Development Council. Games and crafts for kids will also be provided on this fun-filled early autumn day. Admission is free, no registration is required. Join us from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, September 29th at the DNR-owned Little Plover River State Fisheries Area at 4107 County Road R in Stevens Point.

Occurs once: Sep 29, 2012 (10:00 AM to 3:00 PM)
Contact Name: Jennifer Glad

Little Plover River State Fisheries Area
1462 Strongs Avenue, Stevens Point, WI 54481, Stevens Point, WI 54481

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