Get Involved With Your National Wildlife and Fish Refuge!
The Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge - La Crosse District is fortunate to partner with the Raptor Resource Program to host a new 24/7 web cam on Lake Onalaska sponsored by Explore.org. The “Mississippi River Flyway Cam” will offer a glimpse of life on the Refuge. The Brice Prairie Conservation Association and Riverland Energy Coop assisted with the installation. Thank you to all!
We are the Friends group for the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge - La Crosse District. The La Crosse District is one of four districts in the 261 mile long Refuge and encompasses Refuge properties between lock and dam # 6 in Trempealeau and lock and dam # 8 in Genoa. The waters between these dams are Pool 7 and Pool 8.
Our mission is to serve as a bridge between the Refuge and the surrounding communities. We are dedicated to building awareness, enjoyment and support of the Refuge through; engagement, environmental experiences, education, and habitat enhancement.
We invite you to learn about us and consider joining us in our mission.
"In the end, our society will be defined not only by what we create but by what we refuse to destroy."
- John Sawhill