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2023 Symposium

Lower Fox River | Watershed monitoring program

16th Annual Watershed Symposium

March 16, 2023
UW-Green Bay Phoenix Rooms


8:30Registration (Outside Phoenix Room B)
Visit the Flow Project table
8:45Keynote Speakers and Research Presentations

UW-Green Bay Welcome - Dean John Katers

Freshwater Collaborative - Marissa Jablonski

Emily Tyner - "Establishing a Bay of Green Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR): Updates on the designation and future opportunities"

Titus Seilheimer - "In hot water: How can habitat restoration helpfish to be more resilient in a changing climate?"

Brandon Byrne -"Assessing the Diets of Cormorants and Pelicans in Lower Green Bay"
Tricia Garrison and Jeff Smudde - "Watershed Conservation & Stewardship: NEW Water"
Anna Qualls - "Getting My Feet Wet as an Intern"
Greg Neuschaefer - "Why I sponsor a water monitoring team for LFRWMP"
10:10Teacher Presentations

"Preparing to Do Water Monitoring With My Students"
Ashwaubenon Creek Team
Teacher - Dana Lex

"Understanding Water Chemistry"
Waupaca River Team - Weyauwega-Fremont High School
Teacher - Lynn Ponto

"An Overview of Abnormalities at Duck Creek"
Duck Creek Team - Green Bay Southwest and Green Bay West High School, Green Bay
Teachers - Stephanie Schlicht and Elona Winslow

"Observing the Fox"
Fox River Team - Aldo Leopold Community School
Teacher - Mark Valentine

"Getting to Know the Pigeon River and Potential Conservation Area"
Pigeon River Team - Etude High School, Sheboygan
Teacher - Chris Campbell

"How to Improve Apple Creek Watershed" (poster)
Apple Creek Team - Appleton East High School
Teacher - Ryan Marx
11:45Student Lunch (Phoenix Rooms B&C)
12:45Afternoon Sessions
12:45STEM building tour or Quiz Bowl
1:20Quiz Bowl or STEM building tour