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Restoring wild rice in Green Bay west shore coastal wetlands

August 5 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Manoomin (wild rice) is a native annual wetland grass with profound importance for many indigenous tribes in Wisconsin along with fish and wildlife. Conservation professionals are using an adaptive management approach to seed wild rice in the fall at priority Green Bay west shore coastal marshes and then monitor sites during the growing season to inform future management and restoration efforts. An outreach program in local schools also provides an opportunity to introduce K-12 students to Manoomin as a teacher in the classroom and a connection to place-based wetland restoration.

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Date:
August 5
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10:30 am - 11:30 am
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https://www.wisconsinwetlands.org/wetland-coffee-break/

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