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EMBI Supported Grants

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Linking Soil Health with Great Lakes Water Quality

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will take the lead on a $508,000 grant for one of the first large-scale attempts to directly link in-field soil health parameters with intensive edge-of-field water quality monitoring across the Great Lakes Basin. The results of this work will provide direct management recommendations for improving the health and quality of the Great Lakes.

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EMBI Receives Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin Grant for $72,000

Freshwater Collaborative UWGB (University of Wisconsin Green Bay) Student Internships through Collaborative Partnerships
This FCW funding focuses on career development around water-centric internships in collaboration with community partners. This project will build linkages between FCW programing and businesses, industries, and agencies across a 16 county-footprint focused on water-driven economies stretching from our campus in Sheboygan to the shipyards near the UWGB-Marinette Campus. Internships will help attract, retain and prepare students to help partners solve water challenges. Initially focused on collaboration across our campus communities, the program could become part of the statewide-FCW network linking students to professional opportunities more widely. Our Environmental Management and Business Institute and Career Planning Office support this project.

UW-Green Bay is a member of the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin, a partnership that provides students with opportunities for water-related coursework, hands-on experiences, internships and research opportunities at campuses throughout the UW-System. Learn more at