Home Page

Search Winona Post:
   GO   x 
Advanced Search
     
  Issue Date:  
  Between  
  and  
     
  Author:  
   
     
  Column / Category:  
   
     
  Issue:  
  Current Issue  
  Past Issues  
  Both  
   Help      Close     GO   Clear   
     
  Friday September 19th, 2014    

 Submit Your Event 
S M T W T F S


 

 

 
 

| PLACE CLASSIFIED AD | PLACE EMPLOYMENT AD |

| Home | Advertise with Us | Circulation | Contact Us | About Us | Send a Letter to the Editor |
 

Nature Talks at Wings Over Alma (04/17/2013)
“The Way of a Trout” is a famous nature film made by James W. Wilkie in 1969-1970 and it has fans all over the world trying to figure out how he was able to film the trout underwater.

It won the 1970 Blue Ribbon Award at the American Film Festival of the Educational Film Library Association and 1970 Chris Award at the Columbus Film Festival, among other national and international awards. 

Mr. Wilkie made this and several other nature movies as his hobby. He distributed his films for many years to schools and organizations around the Midwest, free of charge.  He donated “The Way of a Trout” to Trout Unlimited, an advocacy group for the promotion of trout fishing and trout steam rehabilitation who has used the film as a fund raising tool for many years.

Most of the film was made near Minneapolis, with extensive underwater scenes shot in a large tank in a warehouse in Savage, Minnesota.  Many outdoor scenes were shot at Whispering Pines Resort near Minocqua, Wisconsin.  We are very fortunate to have Larry Jost of Alma, an avid trout fisherman, to answer questions about trout fishing and the local streams around Alma which harbor the elusive trout.  Larry will bring along some of his fly fishing gear and perhaps tell a few fishing tales.

Join us for our monthly nature talk at Wings Over Alma in Alma, Wisconsin on Sunday, April 21st. Event is free and open to the public. Presentation begins at 1pm at the Wings Over Alma Nature & Art Center on Sunday, April 21st.

May Nature Talk – Save the date for our nature talk on May 19th, at 1pm -- “Planting Native Species for Beauty, Diversity and Pollinator Support”

Presented by Bob Copeland of Prairie Moon Nursery, south of Winona, Minnesota.  Mr. Copeland will show a t presentation of the benefits of planting indigenous wildflowers and prairie grasses among other plant species in landscaping in the Mississippi Valley.  He will answer questions on the selection and application of native plants.

For more information please visit our website at www.wingsoveralma.org or contact the center at 608-685-3303 or center@wingsoveralma.org.

 

 

   Copyright © 2014, Winona Post, All Rights Reserved.

 

Send this article to a friend:
Your Email: *
Friend's Email: *
 Submit 
 Back Next Page >>

 

  | PLACE CLASSIFIED AD | PLACE EMPLOYMENT AD |

| Home | Advertise with Us | Circulation | Contact Us | About Us | Send a Letter to the Editor |
 

Contact Us to
Advertise in the
Winona Post!