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Advocating for safe and sustainable use
of the Red River of the North.

Catfish University

Does this winter have you itching to get back outside this spring, but unsure of how to get the most out of your time outdoors? Don’t know how to catfish, need a refresher, or want to level up your skills? Here’s your chance! River Keepers is teaming up with Brad Durick Outdoors to host Catfish University, a series of two workshops designed to teach you everything you need to get started.

Introduction to Catfishing (March 13th): Whether you already enjoy catfishing or aren’t sure where to start, this class will teach you all of the basics you need to know. We’ll go through everything from gear, baits, and basic catfishing locations that will start you off on the right foot. This class will get you on track to catfishing success!

Advanced Catfishing (March 20th): The next level beyond the basics of catfishing. If you’ve completed the intro course and want to learn more, or if you’re an experienced catfisher looking to up your skills, this is the course for you. Here, we’ll dive deep into river structure, current, and how catfish utilize these. We’ll also cover electronics and efficient catfish angling to make you more successful at catfishing. More success = more fun!

Course fee: Both classes $39. ($34 for Moorhead residents) or one class for $29 ($24 for Moorhead residents).

Can’t attend the workshops but want to learn more?  Buy River Keepers “Relaxed Anglers Guide to Catfishing on the Red River of the North.

Captain Brad Durick is a nationally recognized catfish guide on the Red River of the North, seminar speaker, and author. River Keepers is a non-profit passionately committed to advocating safe and sustainable use of the Red River.

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Pollinator Habitat Workshop

Discover the many benefits of a pollinator habitat and learn how to transform a section of your property into a beautiful prairie garden. This 2 day workshop (March 19 & 26 at 6 p.m.) will focus on what constitutes a pollinator habitat, the process of installing one from start to finish, and the importance of landscaping with native plants. Participants will leave with the start of their design plan and a pollinator friendly kit to get started.

Fee: $19 or $14 for Moorhead residents. Fee includes supplies.

Workshop Partners are Clay County Soil & Water Conservation District, Cass County Soil Conservation District and River Keepers.

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River Keepers Annual Meeting
Join us for our Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 2 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. at the Fargo Public Library (102 3rd Street North).

Gerald Van Amburg, retired ecologist, will present "Living in the Anthropocene". Humans have, and are, causing great changes to the earth. How is this affecting earth’s climate? How will it impact humans, as well as other species, and what can we do about it?

In addition, awards will be presented, new board members will be elected and outgoing board members will be recognized.

All are invited to attend this free event.


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1120 28th Ave. N., Ste. B
Fargo, ND 58102

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