by Wisconsin Wetlands Association | Jul 1, 2022 | News
Our involvement in a project in the Fancy Creek watershed in the Driftless Area started when landowner Marilyn Houck reached out to us about her wetlands. Since Marilyn’s call, her neighbors and local agencies have joined the team working to develop and implement solutions for challenges in their watershed.
by Wisconsin Wetlands Association | Apr 29, 2022 | News, Wetland Coffee Break
Landowners Penny and Gary Shackelford answer the questions: How to get advice? How to get help? How to get the money? How to keep enjoying it all?
by Wisconsin Wetlands Association | Mar 25, 2022 | News, Wetland Coffee BreakPart 2: How a system dynamics approach works in practice Note: This presentation will be more technical than many of the talks in the Wetland Coffee Break series State and transition models of community dynamics predict that feedback processes and synergistic...
by Wisconsin Wetlands Association | Mar 22, 2022 | News, Wetland Coffee Break
Part 1 introduces concepts from state and transition models and systems approaches to invasive species management.
by Wisconsin Wetlands Association | Dec 7, 2021 | News, Wetland Coffee Break
Integrated Restorations, LLC, has been evaluating the use of the selectively-targeted herbicide imazapyr (Polaris) for reversing cattail invasions in species-rich fen and sedge meadow wetlands of the Mukwonago River watershed in southeastern Wisconsin.