Events from the Green Bay Conservation Partners

Upcoming Events:

GBCP Fall Field Tour and Social
Coastal Wetlands of the Green Bay West Shore
Wednesday, October 9
1:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

Please join us for an exciting event to learn, share information, and network among conservation practitioners, researchers, and stakeholders working in the bay of Green Bay, Lower Fox River watershed, Green Bay’s west shore, and Door Peninsula.

The afternoon will kick-off with a tour of the Ken Euers marsh restoration project and a discussion on wild rice restoration, followed by a stop at Sensiba Wildlife Area to learn about managing a diked system in Green Bay with high water levels. The tour will conclude with a stop at Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve to take a look at an on-going wetland restoration, and northern pike and waterfowl habitat management.

Following the tour, join your conservation partners for a networking social held at the Townline Pub & Grill from 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Heavy appetizers will be provided and cash bar available. At 4:30 p.m., a brief informal program will recap the tour and share GBCP updates.

October 9, 2019
Tour: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
(Meet the bus at 12:45 p.m. – light snack provided)
Networking Social: 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Townline Pub & Grill
2544 Lineville Rd., Green Bay, WI 54313

Directions: US-141N/US-41N to Howard.
Exit 143 for Lineville Rd. West on Lineville Rd.

Dress for the weather and bring a water bottle.

$25 registration fee to cover event costs.
(Field tour only: $10; Social only: $20)
Students save 50% with coupon code – contact Amy (info below).

RSVP online by October 4th to secure your spot!

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If you have questions about this event, please contact:
Amy Carrozzino-Lyon, UWGB, [email protected], (920) 465-5029

Green Bay Conservation Partners Spring Roundtable
April 23, 2020
8:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Please join us for an exciting event to share information and foster collaboration among conservation practitioners, researchers and stakeholders working in the bay of Green Bay, Lower Fox River watershed, Green Bay’s west shore and Door Peninsula.

The morning will kick-off with a series of lightning talks from Partners involved in restoration, monitoring, and other conservation projects around the region. An interactive roundtable session will follow with discussions on relevant conservation tools and topics. Be sure to check out the student poster session! The event will end with a networking lunch that begins at 12:45 p.m.

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Stay tuned for registration details!

If you have questions about this event, please contact:
Amy Carrozzino-Lyon, UWGB, [email protected], (920) 465-5029

Past Events:

GBCP Social
Where: Patio of Hagemeister Park bar and grill, 325 N Washington St, Green Bay
When: 3pm-until ? on Tuesday Sept 17th
What: Green Bay Conservation Partners are hosting an informal social after the Lake Michigan Stakeholders (LMS) fall meeting in Green Bay. Cash bar and food can be ordered off the menu.
Who: Anyone interested in conservation is welcome. Catch up with northeast WI colleagues and LMS members from other parts of Wisconsin.
Note: If you are interested in attending the LMS event focused on Great Lakes commercial shipping and the connections to our economy, culture, and conservation efforts, see this link. Includes an exclusive tour of Green Bay’s Port businesses and projects. You must register for the LMS meeting. You do NOT need to register if you are just coming to Hagemeister.

Working Lands for Wildlife Tour for Conservation Partners
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
$12 registration fee
(bus transportation and chili luncheon included)
Join us as we tour three projects that focus on maintaining a working landscape, while benefiting both wildlife and our local farmers. These projects demonstrate how conservation practitioners can partner with landowners to create “win-win” solutions that can be sustained into the future. Hear from our conservation partners who have been instrumental to the design and implementation of these great projects.
The stops will include Holland Wildlife area, where rotational grazing has recently been implemented as a management tool to maintain permanent grassland cover for wildlife habitat.
Additionally, we will stop at a farm that is participating in a collaborative project to monitor the impact that diversified cover crops have on pollinators and predatory insects. Last stop will be at Oneida Nation state farm, where we’ll learn how the Oneida Tribe has been working with local farmers to restore the native landscape to support wildlife habitat, while maintaining agricultural productivity. After the tour, join us for a networking chili lunch!

Green Bay Conservation Partners Networking Lunch
Wednesday, July 25 at 11:30am (Rain Date Wednesday, August 1)
Dine on the Deck in Downtown Green Bay
Look for the GBCP banner stand as a gathering point

More info about Dine on the Deck including location, food vendors, music, and parking at:

List of presentations and cafes from the 2018 GBCP Roundtable

Conservation Cafe Tables
Lightning Talks 
Student Posters

List of presentations and cafes from the 2017 GBCP Roundtable

Conservation Cafe
Lightning Talks
Student Posters