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Steven Ottelien

Soil and Water Conservationist

Dane County Department of Human Services

HQ Phone:  (608) 242-6200

Direct Phone: (608) ***-****direct phone

Email: o***@***.us

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Dane County Department of Human Services

1202 Northport Dr.

Madison, Wisconsin,53704

United States

Company Description

The Dane County Department of Human Services provides a comprehensive array of services and programs to over 30,000 customers in Dane County each year. ...more

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Employment History

Dane County Humane Society


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Staff - Dane County Land Conservation

www.countyofdane.com [cached]

Steven Ottelien, Soil & Water Conservationist, (608) 224-3734, ottelien@co.dane.wi.us


www.wkowtv.com

Conservationist Steve Ottelien says that frozen grounds can't hold the manure, and it ends up running off into rivers, creeks, and streams.The manure can kill fish if it ends up in waterways, says Ottelien.In 2005, hundreds of fish were found dead in Sugar River after a suspected manure run-off.


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