We hear how conservation efforts might need to change to protect one of Wisconsin’s most iconic fish: the walleye. Then, the CEO of Schneider joins us to talk about shipping industry challenges.
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Fish researcher suggests shift in walleye conservation efforts in light of climate change
As climate change continues to alter Wisconsin’s waters, some scientists are rethinking how we preserve and bolster cold water fish like walleye. A research fish biologist tells us how she believes fisheries should change their approach to conservation.
Head of Schneider on sustainability, labor and the supply chain
Schneider is an over $5 billion shipping logistics corporation that travels over 9 million freight miles every day. We talk with the Green Bay company’s CEO about the challenges of the shipping industry and the future of the organization.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Trevor Hook Producer
- Royce Podeszwa Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Holly Embke Guest
- Mark Rourke Guest
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