Senior Biologist, Chad Cason, spent several years heading up a trout stream habitat improvement program for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. One of his first assignments in this position was to study stream and river habitat improvement projects around the state in order to assess which techniques were most effective. This knowledge proved invaluable as he designed and constructed habitat improvement projects on state lands. Now in the private sector, he is able to share his experiences with private stream and river-front owners who wish to improve the habitat along their frontage.
The fascinating diversity of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects and plants found in a wetland makes these habitats uniquely valuable. Many hours of enjoyment can be found viewing and exploring nature in wetlands. In many parts of the Midwest people have purchased abandoned farms as recreational property. These farms often contain wetlands that were drained and ditched for agriculture. Cason & Associates can help restore these damaged wetlands and bring back their habitat diversity. We can even help create small wildlife ponds and scrapes in upland areas to improve habitat.