UW-Green Bay student Collette LaRue invites the UW-Green Bay community and general public to Conservation Works, an exhibition of more than 20 photographic works that provide an intimate interpretation of three geologically distinct local conservation areas: Toft Point, Ridges Sanctuary and Point Au Sable. The work will be available for viewing in Gallery 407, fouth floor, Studio Arts building on the Green Bay Campus. The exhibit runs Nov. 15-19, with an opening reception on Nov. 15 from 4 to 6 p.m. This work was made possible by The Cofrin Arboretum Endowment.
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