The latest wetland news
Let’s revisit what ultimately brings us together—our love of wetlands.
Wetland Coffee Break: Snapshot Wisconsin: Gathering and using trail camera data in wetlands and beyond
Learn about how the trail camera data from the Snapshot Wisconsin project can be used to monitor wildlife in Wisconsin’s wetlands and beyond and how you can get involved.
While all wetland practitioners know the impact of the SWANCC decision on wetland jurisdiction, few people know the backstory of the site that led to this monumental court decision.
Learn how presenter Nancy Aten’s work practicing ecological restoration, especially involving wetlands, interacts with her work as a monotype printmaker.
In July 2021, botanists discovered a population of the wetland invasive plant European frog-bit in Oconto County. This is the first time this species has been found in the wild in Wisconsin.
New legislation will encourage more consideration of wetland solutions to problems like flooding, erosion, sedimentation, run-off, and water quality.
Among the programs funded by the state budget are several that directly or indirectly support investments in wetlands.
Dr. Leigh Fredrickson (a man who has played a large part in advancing wetland science and application) explores decades of wetland science, research, and management in a fireside chat.
Wetland Coffee Break: Old lineage, new threats: The Ouachita map turtles of the Lower Wisconsin River
Learn about some of the modern-day challenges to turtle nest survival, focusing on the map turtles of the Lower Wisconsin River.
As you explore Wisconsin’s wetlands, you may find yourself wondering just what type of wetland you’re in. In part one of this two-part series, learn more about marshes, wooded swamps, floodplain forests, and ephemeral ponds.