Sturgeon Bay – The Door County Environmental Council will host a presentation by Emily Tyner, the first director of freshwater strategy at UW-Green Bay, about the bay of Green Bay NERR (National Estuarine Research Reserve) designation process. The free program will take place July 27, 7 pm, in person at the Door County Maritime Museum, 120 N. Madison Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, and via Zoom through the link at dcec-wi.org.Tyner will address the significance of the bay of Green Bay NERR as the third NERR within the Great Lakes and the only site to represent the Lake Michigan-Lake Huron biogeographic area. Attendees will learn what this NERR will mean to northeastern Wisconsin, can ask questions and provide input to the site-designation process.
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9 Jan, 2020