April 4, 2019 Annual Meeting

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April 4, 2019 Annual Meeting

If you would like to be a GBTU leader, or help choose our future leaders, come on out to our April Annual Meeting !

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April 4, 2019 Program

GBTU is made up of Brown and Door Counties. Our next guest speaker, Tom Clay will join us from the Door County Land Trust to discuss the great work of their organization and how it can connect to GBTU.

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Remembering Dale Druckrey

Dale Druckrey was a true conservation champion. His impact to GBTU and the natural resources of Northeast Wisconsin remain nine years after his passing.

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March 7, 2019 Program

Many people think of fly fishing as something done mainly for trout. Our guest speaker Nate Sipple will talk to us about "Muskies on the Fly."

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Feb 14, 2019 Program

The Wisconsin River Alliance's Natalie and Falon will discuss their organization's mission, programs and the connections with GBTU.

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The results of our brushing Eagle Creek emerging

September 9th, 2017 WPR

Here is the Work Project Report (WPR) for September 9th, 2017 where members from GBTU, ORTU, MCTU, FVTU and the WDNR got together to bust chops in improving a section of Eagle Creek

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For whatever reason, butterflies love Staush

August 19th, 2017 WPR

Here is the Work Project Report (WPR) for August 19th, 2017 where many TUs and the WDNR worked on the South Branch of the Oconto

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Beautiful lunch view from Livingston's back patio

2017 Work Schedule

The 2017 Green Bay Trout Unlimited's work project schedule is getting booked. Check it out.

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Chris, Dave, John and Doug haul logs

July 15th, 2017 WPR

Here is the Work Project Report (WPR) for July 15th, 2017 where GBTU, ORTU, the USFS and the WDNR teamed up to work on Shawano Creek.

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