Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge - Winona

SEEK Updated
10/12/2015
Resource Types: 
Resource Person
Program
Field Trip/Tour
Speaker
Abstract: 

The Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge is a major flyway for migrating birds in North America. The District Office, located at 51 East 4th Street, Winona, MN offers educational programs for students of all ages.

Ed Lagace, the Refuge Ranger, develops, organizes and presents programs that educate students on a variety of topics, such as:

  • Climate resources
  • Migrating birds
  • Safety on the river
  • Canoe and kayak trips on the river

    New programs can be developed, while existing programs can be altered depending on interest or need. Programs are free of charge (donations accepted) and are all year-round, however, please note that programs are geared toward the season. Programs are conducted within the Winona district.

    Contact Ed Lagace to set up your program:
    Ed Lagace
    Environmental Outreach Educator
    51 East 4th Street
    Winona, MN

  • Topic Areas: 
    Rivers
    Wildlife
    Habitat
    Target Audience: 
    All
    Geographic Location: 
    Southeast
    Fee: 
    No
    Library loan: 
    No
    Is training required?: 
    No
    Seasonal: 
    No