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GLIN==> Green Bay Fisheries and Water Quality Public Educational Meeting



Green Bay Fisheries and Water Quality Public Educational Meeting
February 10, 2005

> You are invited to attend an educational meeting focusing on fisheries and
> water quality issues in Green Bay.  Featured topics and speakers will
> include the following:
>  
> *	Report on "The State of the Bay" and Innovative Uses of Satellite
> Imagery for Water Quality Assessments presented by Vicky Harris, Water
> Quality and Habitat Restoration Specialist, UW-Sea Grant Institute;
> *	Update on Perch Assessments and Cormorant Diet Study, presented by
> Justine Hasz, Upper Green Bay Basin Fisheries Biologist, Wisconsin
> Department of Natural Resources;
> *	Great Lakes Strain (Spotted) Muskie Reintroduction into Green Bay,
> presented by Kevin Kapuscinski, Lower Fox River Basin Fisheries Biologist,
> Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; and,
> *	Aquatic Invasives in Green Bay and why we should be concerned,
> presented by  Richard Sachs, Aquatic Invasives Specialist, Wisconsin
> Department of Natural Resources. 
>         
> The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 10th, 2005 from 6:30 to
> 9:00 p.m. at UW-Marinette, Main Building, Room M117.   The meeting is
> sponsored by the Upper Green Bay Basin Partnership in cooperation with the
> Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin
> Extension Basin Program.  There is no fee to attend, however
> pre-registration is required so that enough handouts can be prepared.
> Interested individuals can register or receive more information by calling
> Kendra Axness, UW-Extension Basin Educator at 715-582-1002 (Peshtigo) or
> 920-438-7581 (Green Bay), or by e-mailing kendra.axness@ces.uwex.edu.
> Light snacks and beverages will be provided.
> 
> Directions to UW-Marinette:
> From the north on Hwy 41:
> Take 41 to T, turn left (south), follow T to University Dr., continue east
> on University Dr. to Bay Shore St., turn left (north) on Bay Shore St.,
> and continue to the campus entrance.
> From the south on Hwy 41
> Take 41 to T, turn right (south) follow T to University Dr., continue
> (east) on University Dr. to Bay Shore St., turn left (north) on Bay Shore
> St. to campus entrance.
> From the west on Hwy 64
> Take 64 to T and 180, turn right (south), follow T to University Dr.,
> continue (east) on University Dr. to Bay Shore St., turn left (north) on
> Bay Shore St. to the campus entrance.
> 
> Also, please feel free to share this information with anyone you know that
> might be interested in these presentations.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Kendra Axness
> UW-Extension Basin Educator for Natural Resources
> Lower Fox River and Upper Green Bay Basins
> 101 N. Ogden Rd., P.O. Box 208
> Peshtigo, WI  54157
> 715-582-1002/fax 715-582-5005
> kendra.axness@ces.uwex.edu
> 
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