Manitowoc County Ag educator happy with water quality conversation locally | Seehafer News
The Manitowoc County Ag Educator has nothing but good things to say about water quality locally.
Angie Ulness attended the 2022 Lakeshore Water Summit last Wednesday, where she said they talked about emerging trends in Manitowoc County stream quality.
She told Seehafer News, “I was so impressed with the six interns and their reports from UW-Green Bay about the quality of the streams in Manitowoc County.”
Ulness said that these young people are a good encapsulation of the care that goes into the Manitowoc County Watershed.
“In Manitowoc County, you have a lot of people in the community that really care about water quality all the way down to soil health,” she explained. “It’s really reassuring that these six interns have so much interest in the water and the quality of the water in Manitowoc.”
The summit was hosted by the Lakeshore Water Institute, which is a collaborative partnership between UW-Green Bay Manitowoc Campus, and the Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership.