Tag: Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program

Award-winning Lower Fox River Water Monitoring Symposium is Wednesday, April 18th

The Lower Fox River Water Monitoring Program (LFRWMP) is an award winning program made up of area high school teachers and their students, and community citizen scientists that monitor seven environmentally impaired streams in the Fox River watershed for water quality and ecological health. Students take on the role of scientists and explore local streams […]

UW-Green Bay’s NAS progam and Center for Biodiversity receive Watershed Hero Award

Accepting the 2018 Watershed Hero Impact award for UW-Green Bay was Kevin Fermanich, along with high school partners Lynn Terrien, Green Bay Southwest; Charlie Frisk, Luxemburg-Casco (retired) and Ryan Marx, Appleton East.

The Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance named the Lower Fox River Watershed Alliance program a 2018 Watershed Hero Impact Awardee. The school monitoring network is administered by UW-Green Bay’s Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS) program and the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity. The 2018 Watershed Celebration was at the Lambeau Field Atrium, Tuesday, March 6. Accepting the award for […]

14th annual Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program Symposium, Wednesday

The 14th annual Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program Symposium will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, 2017 in the Phoenix Rooms in the University Union. UW-Green Bay Prof. Kevin Fermanich will give the keynote address. Students from four Northeast Wisconsin High Schools who are taking part in an ongoing study […]

Northeast Wisconsin High School Students to Share Insights on Health of the Fox River with UW-Green Bay Researchers

GREEN BAY – Students from four Northeast Wisconsin High Schools who are taking part in an ongoing study of the health of the Fox River will share their watershed monitoring results this week with faculty researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay during the University’s 13th Watershed Symposium. The symposium, taking place on Wednesday, April […]

Meyer Theatre concert a fundraiser for UWGB watershed monitoring


On Tuesday, Aug. 11 at 7 p.m., the Meyer Theatre will host Rock Our Water, a first-ever concert fundraiser featuring fun, music and proceeds benefitting the UW-Green Bay watershed monitoring partnership with local high schools as well as other water-resources work in the Green Bay area. The Rock Our Water event will feature music by […]

High schools to share research at Tuesday’s watershed symposium

Nearly 100 students and teachers from participating Northeastern Wisconsin high schools will spend the day on the UW-Green Bay campus Tuesday (April 14) for the 12th annual Student Watershed Symposium. The symposium brings together the high schoolers and UW-Green Bay faculty researchers who partner on monitoring the health of the Fox River basin through the […]

Students to share research April 14 at annual Fox River Watershed symposium

Nearly one hundred students and teachers from participating Northeastern Wisconsin high schools will spend the day on the UW-Green Bay campus Tuesday, April 14, for the 12th annual Student Watershed Symposium. The symposium brings together the high schoolers and UW-Green Bay faculty researchers who partner on monitoring the health of the Fox River basin through […]

Annual Student Watershed Symposium is April 14

The UW-Green Bay campus will host the 12th annual Student Watershed Symposium on Tuesday, April 14, as part of the Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program. The Symposium brings together the teachers, students and faculty at UW-Green Bay who monitor the health of watersheds in the Lower Fox River Basin. This year more than 90 […]

Watershed program receives “Green Gift” boost for monitoring, education

UW-Green Bay’s Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program (LFRWMP) has received a $2,600-plus gift from Cellcom, thanks to the company’s cellphone recycling “Green Gift” program. LFRWMP Outreach and Education Coordinator Annette Pelegrin was on hand Tuesday (Nov. 4) morning for the check presentation during a West De Pere High School Biology class. The Cellcom gift […]