Category: Go Green!

Breaking the ice to spread the rice


Researchers from UW-Green Bay had to break skim ice on a cold morning in mid-November to do it, but they took another big step in a grant-funded pilot project to restore native wild rice, bulrush and wild celery stands to the lower bay. Students, staff and faculty from UW-Green Bay’s Natural and Applied Sciences unit […]

UWGB’s award-winning float


UW-Green Bay’s entry in the Green Bay Holiday Parade earned honors for the second straight year. UWGB’s small committee of determined volunteers received the Mayor’s Award for “most original.” UWGB’s float theme was “Every time a bell rings, a Phoenix gets its wings.” The theme of the parade was “Sounds of the Season.” In celebration […]

Spawning Run to raise funds, awareness for local fisheries conservation


The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student chapter of the American Fisheries Society is hosting its first ever UWGB Spawning Run at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 17. The run will take place on the UW-Green Bay campus along the paths of the Cofrin Arboretum. The race route is 3.1 miles of winding trails through a campus […]

Broadway and Hubbard is now ‘Phoenix Way’


Symbolic in nature, but a ceremony renaming downtown Green Bay’s “Broadway” to “Phoenix Way” on Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, speaks volumes about the collaborative nature between a thriving city and its strong University. Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt and University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller unveiled the new sign at the traditional intersection of […]