Tag: Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program

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 […]

Watershed monitoring program receives $2,600-plus “Green Gift” from Cellcom

UW-Green Bay’s Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program received $2,679 from Cellcom Tuesday (Nov. 4), accepting the “Green Gift” donation as part of the company’s cellphone recycling program. LFRWMP Outreach and Education Coordinator Annette Pelegrin was on hand for the check presentation, which took place during a morning Biology class at West De Pere High School. […]

Tuesday’s Watershed Monitoring conference was a welcome-home

Just eight years ago, as a Green Bay high school student, Allison Thut helped monitor Baird Creek as part of the Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program. She went on to earn her bachelor’s at UW-Green Bay in 2011, and to land a job as a teacher at Pulaski High School. At Tuesday’s LFRWMP workshop […]

Go Green: Thut has full-circle experience with watershed monitoring

Just eight years ago Preble High School student Allison Thut worked with teacher Chris Hansel and a team of other students to monitor Baird Creek as part of the Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program(LFRWMP). Less than a decade later, Hansel and Thut are now peers, and Thut, a science teacher at Pulaski High School, […]

Students will share research at annual Fox River Watershed Symposium

Students from area high schools will display and discuss their research at UW-Green Bay on Tuesday, April 8, part of the Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program. The program’s 11th annual Watershed Symposium will highlight results from watershed monitoring in our area and will provide an opportunity for students to interact with teachers and professional […]

UW-Green Bay to host annual student watershed symposium

Annette Pelegrin shares word that the 11th Annual Student Watershed Symposium —  part of the Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program — will take place on campus next Tuesday, April 8. More than 90 teachers and students from 11 area high schools will participate in the daylong event. The symposium allows students to share their […]