The city of Green Bay is working with The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, as well as Ducks Unlimited, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other conservation partners on a project to improve opportunities for hiking, bird-watching, fishing and looking out over the Bay of Green Bay. More via Construction project ongoing at Ken Euers Nature Area | WLUK-TV.
Good for the water and its inhabitants, UW-Green Bay is in partnership with another organizations to restore wild rice to the bay of Green Bay. WFRV has the story.
Media members welcome to join boats, or view seeding from an observation point on land, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 GREEN BAY – A team of conservation professionals and volunteers from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, along with the UW-Extension, Ducks Unlimited, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and others, will seed […]
Despite headlines about a dead zone, phragmites, PCBs and other ailments in the lower bay, local environmentalists found plenty of positives as part of the second annual “Bringing Back the Bay” tour, in which about 80 people got to tour habitat restoration areas along the western shore. Among the sites visited were wetland preservation, northern […]