Environmental Science & Policy alumna Brianna Kupsky and her major professor, Associate Vice Chancellor/ Interim Dean of the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business Mathew Dornbush, recently had an article accepted in the Journal of Great Lakes Research focused on ongoing efforts to restore wetlands in the Lower Bay of Green Bay. The project is a great example of UW-Green Bay partnerships in action, bringing together Ducks Unlimited, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and UW-Green Bay to develop effective methods for restoring hardstem bulrush and wild celery in the wave shadow of the Cat Island Chain. See the article.
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