Tag: conservation

Graduate students work to restore Cat Island

For some, Cat Island is just a lump of land that juts a little above the waters of Green Bay not far from the mouth of the Fox River. But for UW-Green Bay graduate students Tim Flood and Tom Prestby — each is enrolled in the Environmental Science and Policy graduate program — it is a […]

Going green: Students receive Land Trust, Cofrin Research grants

Congratulations are in order for 11 UW-Green Bay students who have received Land Trust or Cofrin Research grants for the 2013-14 academic year. These grants provide unique opportunities for students to pursue faculty-guided research that contributes to the conservation and management of natural areas in Northeastern Wisconsin. Topics for students’ projects include the Cat Island […]

Reminder: Conservation Award Program tonight

Former Lt. Governor Barbara Lawton will be the guest speaker tonight (May 18), when the 2011 Champions of Conservation Award Program is held on the UW-Green Bay campus. Her talk is titled “Cultivating Environmental Stewardship in the Lakeshore Region.” Co-hosts of the event on campus are UW-Green Bay entities including the institution’s Center for Food […]