The latest wetland news
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.
Learn more about our work to improve the health of the Little Plover River with wetland restoration.
As the ground thaws, so does something else—and their mating calls are the symphony of spring!
While our communities are fighting this virus, life in the wetland continues. And so does their importance—learn how you can support wetlands and WWA during these uncertain times.
Last spring, we submitted comments opposing the draft rule and we remain opposed to the final rule.
A brief introduction to the wetland natural communities of Wisconsin, including key characteristics of each community, where they are found in the state, and tips for how to know what type of wetland you are in.
Yes! And WWA is collaborating with farmers and others in the agricultural community to explore how wetlands can be assets to farmers and their communities.