Lower Wisconsin River honored!

The Lower Wisconsin Riverway is now recognized as a Wetland of International Importance by the United States and the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.

Wetland Coffee Breaks

To help bring more hope and positivity into the world (and keep talking about wetlands, too!), Wisconsin Wetlands Association is offering this special virtual wetland programming to our members, supporters, and the community at large.

Celebrate Wetlands!

May is American Wetlands Month! Celebrate with us by watching how people and communities are caring for wetlands with our Wetland Stories series. These short videos take you into the lives of people who care for wetlands, and we hope they encourage and inspire more community-based wetland conservation work.

 

Become a Member!

When you donate to Wisconsin Wetlands Association, you become part of a community of committed wetland supporters from across the state and beyond.

Join us for a Wetland Walk!

Getting outside and enjoying the resource we’re still working hard to protect is good for our hearts, souls, and mental health. Our hope is that these videos will offer wetland lovers who need to stay inside a little peek into what’s happening in the wetlands around us, and bring the joy of wetlands in spring to people who may not be able to enjoy those sights and sounds in person.

We are dedicated to the protection, restoration, and enjoyment of wetlands and associated ecosystems through science-based programs, education, and advocacy.

 

The latest news

Why trout need wetlands

Why trout need wetlands

By Tracy Hames and Erin O’Brien for Wisconsin Trout Unlimited's Summer 2020 Newsletter (page 26). A few years ago, on a warm and sunny July day, I paid a visit to Bull Gus Creek; a Class One trout water in the Penokee Hills of Iron County. During my hike that day, I...

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Wisconsin River honored!

Wisconsin River honored!

The Lower Wisconsin Riverway joins five other sites in Wisconsin recognized as a Wetland of International Importance by the United States and the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.

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