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Old Christmas trees sought for Fresno fish habitats

 

Last updated 12/28/2022 at 11:20am

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Rick Harman, a member of the Fresno Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited, tows donated Christmas trees across the ice using his ATV Feb. 7, 2020, on Fresno Reservoir. The Fresno Chapter, in partnership with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the City of Havre, again is collecting Christmas trees to place in Fresno Reservoir to provide fish habitat.

The Fresno Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited, in partnership with the City of Havre and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, is collecting Christmas trees to be used for creating fish habitats in Fresno Reservoir.

The trees will be distributed at various locations around Fresno Reservoir with the goal of enhancing fishing.

People wishing to donate their trees can take them to a labeled dumpster at Memorial Park near the Sixth Avenue Softball Complex over the next two weeks.

Walleyes Unlimited Fresno Chapter Club President Nate Molestad said the program started in 2016, and they've been doing it...



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