Echos of Eco U—More on the newly formed Office of Sustainability

UW-Green Bay has created its first Office of Sustainability and has named John Arendt as director. Last year, working with then Provost and now current Chancellor Alexander, the campus Sustainability Committee identified the need for a dedicated office... https://news.uwgb.edu/featured/go-green/10/29/echos-of-eco-u-more-on-the-newly-formed-office-of-sustainability/

Cofrin Center for Biodiversity receives a grant for restoration at Point au Sable

UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin Center for Biodiversity received a $12,715 grant from the WI DNR and USFWS for the project entitled, “Lower East Green Bay: Habitat Restoration Sub-award.” The project is a sub-project of a land acquisition by No... https://news.uwgb.edu/featured/go-green/10/28/center-for-biodiversity-receives-a-grant-for-restoration-at-point-au-sable/

Green Bay fall wild rice seeding planned for late October

Small teams of conservation professionals and volunteers from UW-Green Bay, Ducks Unlimited, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, UW-Madison Division of Extension, and others will seed 2,000 lbs. of wild rice at co... https://news.uwgb.edu/featured/go-green/10/08/green-bay-fall-wild-rice-seeding-planned-for-late-october/

Photos: Earth Flow Composter Installed

It’s a student-funded project that has been in the works for awhile—an Intermodal Earth Flow composting steel vessel was installed outside the University Union delivery area, recently. The composter will handle organic food waste from the Univers... https://news.uwgb.edu/featured/go-green/10/06/photos-earth-flow-composter-installed/
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