The latest wetland news
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.
Watch this Wetland Coffee Break presentation to learn how to use Herpmapper: a free app for smartphones that can track amphibians and reptiles, organisms that are often indicators of wetland quality.
You want to protect and restore wetlands and watersheds across Wisconsin, but you know you can’t do it alone. You know that you are more powerful when you come together with others who share your passion by joining Wisconsin Wetlands Association. With your support,...
Wetland Coffee Break: From wetlands with love: Wisconsin’s Great Lakes coastal wetlands as important fish habitat
Wetlands along Wisconsin’s Great Lakes coast are unique habitats at the transition between watersheds and the larger lake.
In January 2019, Wisconsin Wetlands Association staff outlined five proactive policy initiatives for the new legislative session and promised we’d provide quarterly updates via a checklist throughout the year's quarterly print newsletters. Our 2019-2020 legislative...
To bring some hope and positivity into the world, we’re excited to announce that we will be offering three virtual ways to connect with wetlands and with each other in the coming weeks.
While we isolate in our homes, marsh marigolds are blooming, ducks and cranes are returning, sedges are emerging, and the familiar song of the red-winged blackbird can be heard across the state.
In light of recent health concerns, we wanted to update you about changes our organization is making in response to the current situation.