Trina Soyk

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Fish and Wildlife Biologist, NRDAR Restoration Coordinator

2661 Scott Tower Drive
New Franken, WI 54229
United States

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About Trina Soyk

I am a Fish and Wildlife Biologist and I work primarily to coordinate restoration projects through the Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) Program. Specifically, I serve as the Restoration Coordinator for the Fox River/Green Bay NRDA, and the Sheboygan River and Harbor NRDA. I support recovery efforts for a number of threatened and endangered species in the area, and am the designated point of contact for Dwarf lake iris, Eastern black rail, and Pitcher's thistle. 


M.S. in Environmental Conservation from University of Wisconsin, Madison 

B.S. in Biology from University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point 


Additional roles
Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration (NRDA) - Fox River
Environmental Response and Restoration
Spill Planning and Response
Areas of expertise
Habitat Restoration