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The story of Horicon Marsh is one of creation, destruction, and revival.
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: A social history of the Lower Wisconsin Riverway, a Wetland of International Importance
People have nurtured the 92-mile-long Lower Wisconsin riverway and its adjacent wetlands and uplands for millennia. Learn more in this special Wetland Coffee Break presentation.
Sometimes, accidentally taking a step into neck-deep, COLD water is a good thing!
The Lower Wisconsin Riverway joins five other sites in Wisconsin recognized as a Wetland of International Importance by the United States and the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.
Add to your knowledge of wetland hydrology with this popular presenation.
While the challenges of climate change are daunting, there are opportunities to make changes that are good for our natural world and solve problems for our communities.
Many of Wisconsin’s frog species call and breed in spring and early summer. So what are frogs doing mid-summer after many have completed breeding for the year?
Upper watershed wetlands are critical to regulating water throughout watersheds, yet they are among the most under-recognized wetlands in Wisconsin–and sometimes some of the most altered. Join WWA’s Executive Director Tracy Hames for a virtual tour of some intact...
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