Going green: Students receive Land Trust, Cofrin Research grants

Congratulations are in order for 11 UW-Green Bay students who have received Land Trust or Cofrin Research grants for the 2013-14 academic year. These grants provide unique opportunities for students to pursue faculty-guided research that contributes to the conservation and management of natural areas in Northeastern Wisconsin. Topics for students’ projects include the Cat Island chain, the importance of woodchucks, aquatic ecosystems, bat migration, moss abundance and biodiversity and more. You can get more info and check out a complete list of the students, their projects and faculty advisers, here.