UW-Green Bay alumnus gives insight on moths as the key to saving forest in Glencoe | Chicago Tribune

UW-Green Bay alumnus, Jim Steffen (Environmental Science and Biology), “the Mothman of Glencoe, the champion of McDonald Woods, a Chicago Botanic Garden ecologist for the past 30 years, as well as the co-author of such must-reads as ‘Interactions of an Introduced Shrub and Introduced Earthworms in an Illinois Urban Woodland,'” gives insight as to how moths are beneficial to saving the McDonald Woods in Illinois. More via “To people, they’re a nuisance,” but to Jim ‘Mothman’ Steffen, the insects are the key to saving a 100-acre forest in Glencoe | Chicago Tribune.