Wetland Wildlife Primer
Stormwater Speaker Series
- Date: 05/23/2018 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
- Location: Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota - Cascade Meadow
2900 - 19th Street NW
Rochester, Minnesota 55901
All species of wetland wildlife depend on wetland habitat for survival. Given the energy demands of movement, reproduction, and just plain trying to survive, adequate food resources are critical. Providing those food resources across species and seasons requires a complex of wetland habitats. Unfortunately, wetlands losses, particularly temporary and seasonal wetlands, have severely challenged our abilities to provide this habitat. The deteriorating quality of remaining wetlands has compounded the problem. While protection and restoration are critical, active management is increasingly important to provide quality wetland habitat.
Presentation by Ray Norrgard, Wetland Management Program Leader, Section of Wildlife, MNDNR
The Stormwater Presents Speaker Series is a monthly program featuring topics related to stormwater management in the City of Rochester. This program is FREE of charge and no registration is needed. All presentations are held in Rochester at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota - Cascade Meadow (2900 - 19th Street NW). For more information contact: Stephanie with the Public Works Department by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (328-2440).