The latest wetland news
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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How past actions are behind today’s water challenges.
Watershed-based hydrologic restoration is one of the most effective and important ways to address water management concerns, but it isn’t a widespread practice yet.
WWA needs your help: voice your support for wetlands as solutions at an upcoming virtual public hearing.
Yellow flag iris is a showy perennial invasive plant that grows in wetlands and on floating aquatic mats and forms very dense mats of rhizomes and crowds out native plant species.
Join wetland ecologist Drew Fowler to hear about the unique and diverse properties of wetland soils.
You can join WWA in sharing the importance of healthy wetlands to climate resilience at an upcoming Task Force on Climate Change public hearing.
Many say that change is the only constant in nature. Large and small, swift or slow, sometimes we adapt to the change while other times we must take action.