LS Black Constructors is proud to announce our support of the Wild Rivers Conservancy ‘Kids Learn to Fish Event’ on February 4th at Point Douglas Beach near Prescott, WI. LS Black Constructors, along with the National Park Service and other local associations will be working with local youth to teach the basics of ice fishing on the beautiful St. Croix River. There will be three 1-hour sessions taught by members of the National Parks Service and Wild Rivers Conservancy. Paid parking is available at Point Douglas Park (Washington County, Minnesota). See the attached flyer and register for the event below.
Kids Learn to Fish Event Informational Flyer
Want to join us? Sign-up for this FREE event today!
About Wild Rivers Conservancy: The Wild Rivers Conservancy of the St. Croix and Namekagon is the official nonprofit partner of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway. Together with the National Park Service and many conservation partners, their team works to perform the following core functions:
- Land Conservation
We work to protect and restore important natural and scenic areas along the river and throughout the watershed by partnering with land protection organizations.
- Water Quality Protection
We focus on improving water quality, recognizing its interconnection with land use.
- River Corridor and Watershed Stewardship
We engage people in educational, recreational, and volunteer stewardship activities that give them an understanding and motivation to advocate at the local, state, and national levels on behalf of the river’s values.
The St. Croix River watershed is a national treasure. We live, work and play in the St. Croix River watershed because we love this place, and we celebrate that love at every opportunity.
Learn more about the mission and vision of the Wild Rivers Conservancy and how you can help by visiting their website.
Event Address (Point Douglas Park): 14593-14741 Point Douglas Dr S, Hastings, MN 55033