Wednesday Nite @ The Lab
The Bay of Green Bay: Past, Present and Future
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Since the arrival of the Europeans in the 17th century, the world’s largest freshwater estuary has undergone tremendous ecological changes. The once stunning clear water bay, surrounded by wetlands, is now primarily known for its legacy of industrial pollution, blue-green algae blooms and a dead zone. But all is not lost! Today, we are witnessing the largest PCB cleanup in the world in the Fox River.