Land

The Oneida Reservation is semi-rural and contains approximately 64,500 acres. Like the Oneida’s original homeland in New York State much of the land is agricultural; approximately 40,000 acres. Natural areas such as wetlands and forests cover smaller acreages. Mapping exercises in 1999 showed 1453 acres of wetlands and 9,543 acres of forests. The northeastern portion of the Reservation is the most intensely developed, including parts of the City of Green Bay and surrounding Villages of Hobart and Ashwaubenon.

Click on one of the following links to learn about:

Wetlands

Agriculture Buffers

Invasive Plants

Prairie Restoration

 

Trees

For more information about land in Oneida contact Michael Finney at (920) 869-4576.