SUAMICO - Efforts to preserve some Brown County wetlands are underway.
The Packers and Ducks Unlimited attended a dedication ceremony Thursday at Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve in Suamico.
They helped unveil a project that is said to restore and enhance wetlands and waterways on the western shore of Green Bay.
Officials say it will provide a better habitat for spawning northern pike and other water wildlife.
The Packers donated $75,000.
"The Packers are really a community owned team, so for us, supporting the local community is a priority and that support takes many, many forms,” said Packers President and COE Mark Murphy.
Ducks Unlimited said the first phase of the project will begin next month.
It is expected to be completed by August 2014.
Traffic is flowing again in the Neenah area after a morning crash.
Former Green Bay schools superintendent Gregory Maass is the new CEO/President of the Brown County United Way.
The Appleton Police Department is investigating a shooting at a downtown bar.
Oconto County officials are investigating what might have caused a shed fire.
An armed robbery suspect has life-threatening injuries after being shot in Fond du Lac County.
The crash scene is clear. Both lanes of I-43 in this area are back open.