The latest wetland news
Learn from Tally Hamilton and Gretchen Skudlarczyk—wetland experts with years of experience working with private landowners—about some of the practices and programs available to restore and enhance wetlands on private lands.
Art transports us. Art inspires us. Art asks us to reflect. And art can even motivate us to take action. What art inspires you to action on behalf of wetlands?
Did you know that making a gift from your IRA may reduce your taxable income while also supporting the wetlands you love?
Learn more about the multi-year citizen science amphibian-focused research project studying ephemeral ponds in east central Wisconsin from citizen-scientist Greg Burns.
Wetland Coffee Break: Establishing a citizen science salamander and ephemeral pond monitoring program in Wisconsin
What are ephemeral ponds, and why are they important to amphibians and other critters?
Join Keir Wefferling to learn what these non-vascular plants, like mosses, liverworts, and hornworts, can tell us about the health of Wisconsin peatlands.
In Wisconsin, we owe much of our modern landscape of wetlands, ponds, lakes, streams, and rivers to the last ice age when a vast ice sheet reshaped the land, and ultimately reorganized surface and groundwater systems.
Wetland Coffee Break: Getting the most out of chemical control of wetland invasive plants with herbicide-additive systems
This presentation will demonstrate ways to get the most out of chemical control by taking advantage of herbicide-additive systems and detail the essentials of target plant anatomy and physiology as they relate to invasive species suppression.
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?
Join us for this special Wetland Coffee Break to honor Mary’s memory and celebrate her craft as a poet.