Green Bay Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office

What We Do

The Green Bay Fish and Wildlife Conservation office works with partners to conserve, protect and rehabilitate native aquatic species throughout the Lake Michigan basin. We do this by implementing a diverse set of programs and skills that work together to provide a landscape level approach to species conservation. These programs and skills include habitat restoration, aquatic invasive species invasive species
An invasive species is any plant or animal that has spread or been introduced into a new area where they are, or could, cause harm to the environment, economy, or human, animal, or plant health. Their unwelcome presence can destroy ecosystems and cost millions of dollars.

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, great lakes tag and recovery, data analysis for management recommendations, and open water surveys and monitoring, watershed level monitoring, partnering, education and outreach.

We use these programs and skills to fulfill our tribal trust responsibilities. We work with more than eight tribes around Lake Michigan to help them with their aquatic resource management and conservation needs.

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