The annual Heirloom Plant Sale is back and so is Associate Prof. Steve Meyer’s salsa for scholarships. Different this year… the sale is THIS WEEKEND, not Commencement Saturday, as it has been for years. The sale is Saturday, May 11 in the Greenhouse, Lab Sciences Building. A pre-sale for faculty and staff is Friday from […]
About 9,000 unique and rare heirloom vegetables, herbs and flowers for sale, including scorching hot peppers! Green Bay, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Natural and Applied Sciences program is holding its annual Heirloom Plant Sale, Saturday, May 11, 2019 at the Lab Sciences Building Greenhouse located on the Green Bay Campus at 2420 […]
UW-Green Bay graduate student Jade Arneson (Environmental Science and Policy) was awarded the Wisconsin Waterfowl Hunter’s Conference scholarship at its annual conference in Wisconsin Rapids, recently. She is the first UW-Green Bay recipient of the award. According to Prof. Kevin Fermanich (NAS), Arneson is “an integral member of a team of partners working to restore […]
The Journal Times reported on second-round winners of the Smart Cities-Smart Futures contest, including UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Md. Riaz Uddin Ahmed (Natural and Applied Sciences). The Smart Cities—Smart Futures competition encourages members of Wisconsin’s higher education community to generate innovative ideas that enhance quality of life, improve working environments, expand transportation networks, inspire creative […]
The Press Times is a growing publication in Northeast Wisconsin, and this week they share the news about UW-Green Bay’s new Water Science program with their readers in Ashwaubenon, De Pere, Green Bay, Hobart, Howard and Suamico.
“Matt Dornbush has an acronym that sums up the benefits of a proposed National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) for the waters of Green Bay,” writes Jim Lundstrom for Peninsula Pulse. “It’s REST, which stands for Research, Education, Stewardship and Training. Although research is the primary focus of the 29 established NERRs across the country, Dornbush […]
“As the world continues to deal with an increasing amount of water quality and quantity issues, there’s a growing demand for workers with a water science background. We hear about one Wisconsin university’s new effort to try and meet that demand.” Listen to host Kate Archer Kent and guest UW-Green Bay Prof. John Luczaj, as […]
Over the past 50 years, UW-Green Bay has had an important leadership role in developing a scientific understanding of the Green Bay ecosystem. During this time period, current and emeriti faculty members, graduate students, and undergraduate students, all have made major contributions in an ongoing effort to improve our knowledge of this important environmental resource. […]
The Wisconsin project, which works with farmers to reduce phosphorus runoff, hopefully reducing Great Lakes algae blooms, was recently featured in The Rural Blog. UW-Green Bay is a partner in this project. The four-year pilot project takes place near Green Bay.
“They are diverse group — a geoscientist, limnologist and natural resources educator. Also on the team is a water chemist, biologist, civil engineer and watershed scientist. As collaborators on a Sea Grant-funded effort to envision conditions in Green Bay, you could also say they are soothsayers.” This story by Moira Harrington of Sea Grant describes […]