A restoration project to plant wild rice in the waters of Green Bay is underway and UW-Green Bay’s Research Specialist Amy Carrozzino-Lyon (NAS) is leading the effort. As crews took to their boats Monday morning, near Red Arrow Park in Marinette, the high lake levels are impacting this year’s efforts. At a place called Seagull Bar State Natural Area, wildlife workers cruise the shallows looking for prime places to plant wild rice. See more via Wild Rice seeding underway in Green Bay waters near Marinette | WLUK. More on the story, here.
- Next story Finalist interviews are Nov. 11-14 for assistant vice chancellor for Enrollment Services
- Previous story UW-Eau Claire celebrating Native American Heritage Month
- achievements alumni Art Athletics Business Administration CAHSS Chancellor CHESW Cofrin School of Business commencement community Coronavirus CSET Democracy and Justice Studies faculty faculty/staff faculty and staff Human Biology Human Development Humanistic Studies Log E-news Manitowoc Campus Marinette Campus men's basketball Music Natural and Applied Sciences Nursing Photos Political Science professional studies Psychology Public and Environmental Affairs publication Public Safety SBDC Sheboygan Campus Student Life students Theatre and Dance University Union UW-Green Bay Libraries UW System Video Weidner Center women's basketball
9 Jan, 2020