The latest wetland news
Have you ever wanted to know more about the plant diversity that lurks in green wetland meadows and marshes? Dr. Mandy Little will share her knowledge of sedges, a plant family that dominates healthy Wisconsin wetlands.
Learn about this deep and engaging collaboration helping to inform the Oneida Nation’s landscape restoration efforts.
Landowners Penny and Gary Shackelford answer the questions: How to get advice? How to get help? How to get the money? How to keep enjoying it all?
Join Whooping Crane Outreach Coordinator Stephanie Schmidt to learn about the International Crane Foundation’s whooping crane reintroduction and community building efforts in Wisconsin and beyond.
Part 2: How a system dynamics approach works in practice Note: This presentation will be more technical than many of the talks in the Wetland Coffee Break series State and transition models of community dynamics predict that feedback processes and synergistic...
Part 1 introduces concepts from state and transition models and systems approaches to invasive species management.
Vince Mosca and Paul Bruett will discuss the establishment of this Urban National Wildlife Refuge and its goals and will share progress made in land acquisition over the last 10 years.
WOW did you share your love for wetlands this week during The Big Share! Thanks to your generosity, we raised more than $43,000 for wetlands and solidly met Libby’s Challenge to raise $15,000 for wetlands.
This year, Wisconsin Wetlands Association is making a special effort to help others experience the wonder and beauty of wetlands. And we need your help! To make this effort fun and engaging, we're excited to announce the 2022-23 Wisconsin Wetlands Association...
Join Dr. Dana Garrigan to hear the story of the preservation of Chiwaukee Prairie via a spectacular photographic tour.