The latest wetland news
Join fellow wetland enthusiasts for a special evening presentation featuring wildlife biologist Peter David from the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission, who will share wisdom he’s gleaned over his career from Manoomin (wild rice).
Join us for a night of wetland trivia and to hear about WWA’s work in 2021!
To evaluate restoration success at three critical sites with respect to bird life, the Oneida Nation partnered with several organizations to launch a bird monitoring program.
Wisconsin Wetlands Association is part of a coalition that supports passage of the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act.
Integrated Restorations, LLC, has been evaluating the use of the selectively-targeted herbicide imazapyr (Polaris) for reversing cattail invasions in species-rich fen and sedge meadow wetlands of the Mukwonago River watershed in southeastern Wisconsin.
Wetland Coffee Break: Anticipating the hydrologic consequences of Emerald Ash Borer invasion in tribal forested wetlands through a sapflux network
Angela Waupochick discusses Black ash-dominated forested wetlands and how her research aims to help tribal managers strategize in their fight against emerald ash borers.
Join conservation biologist Thomas Meyer to learn about the Wisconsin DNR’s State Natural Areas Program, the oldest and largest state-wide nature preserve protection program in the nation, celebrating its 70th year in 2021.
In a recent EPA-funded evaluation on the status of hydrologic restoration in Wisconsin, WWA staff collaborated with partners to look at the benefits, barriers, and opportunities associated with increasing state and local investments in watershed-scale wetland and floodplain restoration.
Periodically, we step back and evaluate the impacts of our broader programs over time. Recently we did so through a “Ripple Effects Mapping” exercise focused on our work on natural flood management in the Lake Superior Basin.
Find out what types of wetlands are most vulnerable, what site-level factors can improve resiliency, and most importantly, what resources are available to help you create a customized adaptation plan for your specific site.