The latest wetland news
We’ve identified several opportunities to include wetlands in this year’s state budget. We’re advocating for wetlands, and you can help!
This pocket field guide will help natural resource professionals and citizen scientists alike identify the eggs and larvae of amphibians found in the Western Great Lakes.
Gifts made today through March 2nd on our Big Share fundraising page will be doubled.
Join us for a night of wetland trivia and to hear about WWA’s work in 2020!
At the mouths of the Kakagon and Bad Rivers along Lake Superior in Ashland County lie some of the most extensive and highest-quality coastal wetlands in the Great Lakes.
50+ years of conservation and partnerships to protect coastal wetlands.
Take a photographic journey of this incredibly diverse and magnificent landscape, including the prehistoric snails who call it home and the arctic visitors it entices.
Explore the “quiet side” of Door County to learn about the special wetland communities and rare plants and animals that made this area a Wetland of International Importance.
When we remove or damage wetlands, the loss of those wetland services contributes to many of the state’s most dangerous and expensive water management problems.
Wetland Coffee Break: The history and ecology of Horicon Marsh, a Wetland of International Importance
Learn about Horicon Marsh, a Wetland of International Importance and testament to the resiliency of nature.