At 10 a.m. Tuesday, DNR Secretary Dan Meyer plans to cut the ribbon on the new range at the DNR’s Mud Lake Wildlife Area, located just off King Road, near Poynette, in the Columbia County town of Lowville.

Last month Clean Wisconsin and the Ho-Chunk Nation filed suits in Monroe and Dane county courts claiming DNR Secretary Dan Meyer overstepped his authority when he agreed to review an administrative law judge’s ruling that had invalidated a permit issued to Meteor Timber for the proposed $75 million processing and loading facility.