The bay of Green Bay, the world`s largest freshwater estuary, could become a national reserve to protect its waters and habitats
For centuries, the bay of Green Bay has been vital to how northeast Wisconsin lives, works and plays. It`s had its share of challenges, but it also has cultivated a group of strong supporters willing to put in work to preserve it.

Those supporters have begun to wonder: What`s next for the bay?

To help preserve the bay for future generations, they`re pushing to designate it as a research reserve that would use National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration funding to study the area and educate the public about how to protect and celebrate the unique resource.

The bay is bouncing back after generations of abuse caused degraded water quality, fish and wildlife habitat...

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