Lukes’ to be Inducted into Conservation Hall of Fame

The Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame induction ceremony and dinner, originally scheduled for April 14, has been rescheduled for May 5 at The Atrium at SentryWorld in Stevens Point.

Door County naturalists and “partners in nature” Charlotte and Roy Lukes will be inducted into the Hall of Fame along with former Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Secretary George Meyer, who now serves as executive director of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, and Arlie Schorger (1884-1972), a wildlife conservationist and personal friend of Aldo Leopold who is perhaps best known for his 1955 award-winning book The Passenger Pigeon:  Its Natural History and Extinction.
The event starts with a 12:30 pm reception/registration followed by the 2 pm induction ceremony, and 4:30 pm dinner. Dinner costs $25; contact Joe Passineau at [email protected] or 715.677.4047 for tickets to dinner.

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