TOWN OF SCOTT (WLUK) — The Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust and UW-Green Bay announced a new land partnership Saturday morning. It came at the organization’s third-annual Land Fest, at the newly-announced Wequiock Creek Natural Area. This stretch of land covers 73 acres between Wequiock Falls and Point au Sable, extending towards the Bay of Green Bay. The partnership will transfer 62 of the 73 acres to UW-Green Bay, which will ensure its preservation, future protection and management, as well as educational opportunities.
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9 Jan, 2020