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When the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay was founded, its biggest mission was to have the environment at its core. This was a new type of university for the era. Getting students out of the classroom and making an impact on the environment was, and still is, essential to UW-Green Bay.
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Photo memory 28 - Stream side conversation
This photo seems to be taken from a higher vantage point overlooking a creek bed. Two figures stand near the edge of the the flowing water. Can you share who these men are and where this photo was taken? Any idea of when this was happening and what these men might be doing here? Please share your comments below.
Photo memory 26 - Field lab
Here is a photo of what appears to be an instructor talking to two students in a wooded area. If you look closely, you’ll notice the students hold field samples. Do you know who is in this photo or what they’re doing? Please share your comments in the text field below.