The latest wetland news
Beavers and the wetlands they create play a complex role in the dynamics of low-gradient streams of the Upper Midwest, especially where dams alter important habitat for trout.
Hear from Hawthorn Hollow Nature Sanctuary & Arboretum about their restoration project of about two acres of wetland, and the installation of other storm water management measures over roughly six acres.
Join us on February 21st at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Convention Center in Stevens Point, WI for our 2023 Annual Membership Meeting!
Join us on the evening of February 22nd, 2023 for a special banquet presentation from Janice Rice, Emerita Professor and Librarian with UW-Madison and member of the Ho-Chunk Nation.
The Mississippi, Wisconsin, Wolf, and other large rivers in Wisconsin have extensive floodplain wetlands that support a diverse fish fauna. Some species are important gamefish, but most are little-known yet vitally important to a healthy ecosystem. Join John Lyons,...
Wisconsin Wetlands Association and our members worked hard in 2022 to protect and restore wetlands across the state.
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Two years after her first Wetland Coffee Break on this topic, UW-Green Bay Director of Freshwater Strategy Emily Tyner will provide an update on the designation of the Bay of Green Bay as a National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR).
WWA and ASFPM hosted a recent workshop with Ashland area road crews, town and county officials, and other stakeholders from the region and state to encourage wetland and floodplain restoration.
Wetland restoration gives us opportunities to respond to climate change impacts and, at the same time, becomes more difficult within a chaotic climate both current and unfolding. How can we navigate these dilemmas?