CASS COUNTY HABITAT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
(MASSENA) Cass County Conservation employees will be cutting down invasive cedar trees at the West Nodaway Wildlife Area Thursday to improve grassland habitat for pheasants and quail. Cass County Conservation is inviting the public to help out from 9 a.m. to noon.
If you have a chainsaw and are skilled in operating it, you are welcome to bring it. If not, just bring some gloves and water, wear long sleeves and pants, and help drag the cut trees off to the side.
The West Nodaway Wildlife Area is located four miles south and two miles west of Massena on Victoria Road in Edna Township. Cass County Conservation says this is your public land to hunt or picnic on, so if you have a little time, please come out and help improve the area.