Wetland Coffee Breaks

Wisconsin Wetlands Association is offering this special virtual wetland programming to our members, supporters, and the community at large.

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.

Illustrating hydrology and water management

Are you curious about where to start when it comes to understanding the root causes of your community’s water issues, like water quality or water availability? Check out this interactive StoryMap to explore how wetland and hydrologic restoration can start repairing the landscape.

Celebrate Wetlands!

May is American Wetlands Month! Celebrate with us by learning about how Tribes like the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians care for and protect wetlands for today and for future generations.

Way Will Open by Mary Linton

Filled with heart, humor, and a love for the natural world, this poetry volume will be a dearly beloved companion, much like Mary herself.

A photo of Mary Linton smiling with her hands on her hips in the field, wearing a ball cap and sunglasses. The cover art for Way Will Open has a soft green background with a charming illustration of grasses against a yellow sky.


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


The latest news

From the Director: When wetlands surprise you

From the Director: When wetlands surprise you

It’s often been said that when the really big rains come, all bets are off—even wetlands can’t reduce the flood damage. This was proved wrong by one of the largest rain events to hit Northern Wisconsin in anyone’s memory.

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Making strides and mapping restoration opportunities

Making strides and mapping restoration opportunities

Since an extreme flood in 2016 drew our attention to the Lake Superior Basin, Wisconsin Wetlands Association (WWA) has been working to help communities in northern Wisconsin better understand how the loss of headwater wetland storage and floodplain connectivity...

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