Ken Euers Nature Area (212)

Case Name:


United States of America

Restoration Types:

Habitat Enhancement


Affected DOI Resources:

Migratory Birds


Green Bay



Project Description

The ultimate objective of this proposal is to restore and enhance fish and wildlife habitat associated with coastal wetlands of Lower Green Bay, with specific benefits to northern pike, waterfowl, and marsh birds. Project success would be defined as: 1) establishment of coarse woody habitat in Lower Green Bay, 2) a clearer understanding of the potential for use of coarse woody habitat structures for the promotion of vegetation re-establishment in Lower Green Bay, 3) established populations of wild rice, wild celery, and hard-stem bulrush that can serve as source populations for Lower Green Bay, 4) enhanced wetland function and wildlife use on 26 acres at Ken Euers, and 5) establishing a pike spawning marsh.

Restoration Land Ownership

City of Green Bay

Parties Implementing Restoration

Ducks Unlimited

DOI Project Representatives

Fish and Wildlife Service

Throwing wild rice seeds out into the bay., Credit: USFWS

Group photo of various organizations patterning to seed wild rice., Credit: USFWS

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Restoration Documents

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Additional Resources

Ducks Unlimited

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Fund for Lake Michigan

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation- Sustain Our Great Lakess


Minnesota and Wisconsin Field Office Complex

New Franken, WI | (920) 866-1710 |

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