MENOMINEE—A Green Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve being developed by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and a national science agency will come with a $1 million annual operating budget and community and educational components for the Menominee area, the Menominee County Commissioners learned Sept. 14 at a regular county board meeting.It will provide for more research and education on the bay of Green Bay ecosystem, said Emily Tyner, director of freshwater strategy at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay and project lead for the NERR designation, during a presentation to the Menominee County Board.
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