Green Bay Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office

We work with diverse partners to conserve, restore and enhance fish and other aquatic resources for the continuing benefit of all American people. Our activities include using a science-based approach toward the restoration and rehabilitation of native fish and aquatic species in the Lake Michigan basin. We utilize the best available tools and science to conduct activities such as fish habitat restoration and evaluation, environmental DNA for aquatic invasive species detection, as well as the latest in fisheries mass marking technics and modeling capabilities to name a few.

Our Species

Our work focuses on native fish and aquatic species, species of tribal importance and those species that are federally listed. Species include lake trout, lake sturgeon, lake whitefish, snuffbox mussel, brook trout, deepwater ciscos, lake herring and river redhorse.

Get Involved

Our work is very diverse and covers a large geographic area. Work ranges from utilizing large vessels, small vessels and even just walking around in waders. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the office to learn about available opportunities.

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