Enjoy Ecological Harmony
Our Arboretum is home for 300+ species!
The Cofrin Memorial Arboretum exists to sustain Wisconsin's native plants, animals and insects. Within its 290 acres encircling our Green Bay campus, it is also a hub of research and recreation. The Arboretum is a living lab for environmental research and education, with trails for public recreation.
Preserve peregrine Nesting
Small actions help the endangered.
Since October 1975, peregrine falcons have been listed as "state endangered" in Wisconsin. These small, incredibly fast birds made a home on our Green Bay campus, and can be seen on our live YouTube nest-cam. This nesting area helps the endangered population and has also raised awareness in our community.
Meet Daniela Beall
Want to talk gardens, landscape management practices and ecological restoration? We're interested! Contact Daniela Beall, our Sustainability Coordinator, with questions, concerns and ideas.