Tag: Green Innovations

Past EMBI speaker Pregracke honored as CNN Hero for 2013

Friend of the Earth (and UW-Green Bay) Chad Pregracke has been named a CNN Top 10 Hero for 2013, earning the nod for his ceaseless efforts to clean up the Mississippi River and other American waterways. Log readers may remember Pregracke from the 2012 Environmental Management and Business Institute Green Innovations Symposium, during which he […]

More news coverage: Monitoring program featured on WFRV, Channel 5

WFRV, Channel 5 on Wednesday (May 8) carried a cool story on our own Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program. Reporter Heather Sawaski tagged along with a group of West De Pere High School students as they conducted water testing on Ashwaubenon Creek. “Our overall goal here is to just watch and monitor and try […]

Gone green: Photos, story offer highlights of annual EMBI symposium

Keynoter David Orr, filmmaker Jeremy Seifert and alumni award winner Ryan Stockwell provided just a few of the many highlights at this year’s Green Innovations Symposium, presented by the Environmental Management and Business Institute. It was a busy three days for organizers and attendees, who explored this year’s theme of “Urban Agriculture and Community Sustainability” […]

Speaking of Earth Day… Green Innovations, EMBI’s Arendt make the news

As we told you here last week, UW-Green Bay’s Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) today (Monday, April 22) kicks off its annual Green Innovations Symposium, a three-day event that this year focuses on urban agriculture and community sustainability. Late last week, EMBI Associate Director John Arendt spoke with WTAQ Radio about the event and […]

A Green Innovations reminder, and more on Tuesday’s watershed event

And speaking of Earth Day, here’s a friendly reminder that the Environmental Management and Business Institute will host its annual Green Innovations Symposium Monday through Wednesday, April 22-24, here on campus. We’ve linked to more general information about this year’s conference below, and we’ve also got a fresh news release on the 10th annual Lower […]

Remind your students: Green Innovations keynote Q&A is April 23

It may not exactly be green outside, but our friends in the Environmental Management and Business Institute are busy planning for their signature spring event, the annual Green Innovations Symposium. As we told you here before, the conference runs Monday, April 22 through Wednesday, April 24 on campus, and features a variety of terrific sessions. […]

Wildlife Federation’s Stockwell selected for Earth Caretaker Award

Ryan Stockwell, Class of 2001, recently was named the recipient of the University’s Earth Caretaker Award for his work on renewable energy opportunities and his promotion of using no-till farming techniques. He will accept the award Wednesday, April 24 during the Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI)’s Green Innovations Symposium at UW-Green Bay. A Social […]

EMBI award winner strives to make farming sustainable for generations

Ryan Stockwell desires to help create a sustainable agricultural system that farmers can be proud to pass on to future generations. Stockwell, a 2001 UW-Green Bay graduate will be presented with the Alumni Earth Caretaker Award, at the Green Innovations Symposium, April 22-24, for his work on renewable energy opportunities and practice using no-till farming techniques.

UW-Green Bay names alumnus Stockwell as Earth Caretaker Award winner

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay alumnus Ryan Stockwell recently was named the recipient of the University’s Earth Caretaker Award for his work on renewable energy opportunities and his practice of using no-till farming techniques. He will accept the award Wednesday, April 24 during the Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI)’s Green Innovations Symposium at UW-Green Bay. […]