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Conserve
Critters
Pond
River
Lake Art
Lake Sign
Lawn Weed
Managing Home & Yard I
Managing Home & Yard II
Rural Conservation I
Rural Conservation II
Runoff Problems & Solutions I
Runoff Problems & Solutions II
Stormie
Waterfront
Wisconsin Water
Waterfront Property


The illustrations in this collection are taken from publications developed jointly by the University of Wisconsin-Extension, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership, and the Wisconsin Basin Education Initiative. The illustrations cover a wide rage of topics, from agricultural conservation practices and urban stormwater management to lawn weed control and "critters" found in ponds and streams. Removed from their printed context some of the illustrations do not display an obvious connection with water resources. Use your imagination...

Illustrations are either 300 or 600ppi. Some illustrations, for example "critters," have captions that are part of the art but can be cropped off. Captions are sometimes included with artwork on the reference pages only and are not part of the art itself. All captions are for you information only - you can use them or not.

Using the Illustrations

The illustrations may be used without permission for educational, not-for-profit purposes. For other uses contact Jeffrey Strobel, UW-Extension, jstrobel@wisc.edu. For all uses please credit University of Wisconsin-Extension and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Acknowledgements

Artists contributing to the collection are Lynne Bergschultz, Carol Watkins, Joe Heller, Chris Pike, and Jerry Scott.

 



Regional Natural Resources Education Program I University of Wisconsin Extension I UW Cooperative Extension
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources I Wisconsin Natural Resources Conservation Service

For more information contact: Jeff Strobel jstrobel@wisc.edu
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