Who the Green Bay Conservation Partners Are

The Green Bay Conservation Partners was created in 2014 as a self-sustaining regional conservation partnership to facilitate coordinated conservation in the northeast Wisconsin region of the Green Bay watershed. The partnership consists of individuals working on natural resource issues for government agencies, tribal nations, universities, nonprofit groups and others.

Northern Pike in Wisconsin Waterways from the Green Bay Land Conservation PartnersSteering Committee

Amy Carrozzino-Lyon, Co-Chair
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
[email protected]

Betsy Galbraith, Co-Chair
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
[email protected]

Nicole Van Helden, Co-Chair
The Nature Conservancy
[email protected]

Jeremy Freund
Outagamie County Land and Water Conservation
[email protected]

Erin Houghton
NEW Water
[email protected]

Angela Kowalzek-Adrians
NEW Water
[email protected]

Matt Kriese
Brown County
[email protected]

Julia Noordyk
University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute
[email protected]

Whitney Prestby
UW-Madison Division of Extension
[email protected]

Jeff Pritzl
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
[email protected]

James Snitgen
Oneida Nation
[email protected]