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Wetland Coffee Break: Establishing a Green Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
Two years after her first Wetland Coffee Break on this topic, UW-Green Bay Director of Freshwater Strategy Emily Tyner will provide an update on the designation of the Bay of Green Bay as a National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR).
Reducing Flood Risk through Floodplain and Wetland Restoration
WWA and ASFPM hosted a recent workshop with Ashland area road crews, town and county officials, and other stakeholders from the region and state to encourage wetland and floodplain restoration.
Wetland Coffee Break: Wetland restoration within the chaos of our shifting world
Wetland restoration gives us opportunities to respond to climate change impacts and, at the same time, becomes more difficult within a chaotic climate both current and unfolding. How can we navigate these dilemmas?
Wetland Coffee Break: Big Seeds: The Land Restoration School
The Land Restoration School is bringing together a range of theoreticians and practitioners in a bold attempt to launch the careers of ambitious and dedicated individuals who will form a community for the future.
Wetland Coffee Break: It’s the little things that run the world
Join stream ecologist Mike Miller to learn about the variety of invertebrates found in Wisconsin’s flowing waters and connected wetlands.
A wetland kaleidoscope: Six butterflies you can find in Wisconsin’s wetlands
More than 30 species of butterflies in Wisconsin rely on host plants found in wetland habitats. Learn more about six of the most widely distributed species that you might find when exploring a wetland!
Wetland Coffee Break: The role and application of prescribed fire in Wisconsin wetlands
Join Hannah Spaul, Director of Land Management for The Nature Conservancy in Wisconsin, to learn about the historic role of fire in the state’s wetlands.
Wetland Coffee Break: Northern pike life history along Green Bay’s west shore
WDNR Fish Biologist Tammie Paoli provides an overview of the unique life history of northern pike along Green Bay’s west shore.
Wetland Coffee Break: Restoring wild rice in Green Bay west shore coastal wetlands
Manoomin (wild rice) is a native annual wetland grass with profound importance for many indigenous tribes in Wisconsin along with fish and wildlife. Conservation professionals are using an adaptive management approach to seed wild rice in the fall at priority Green...