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.
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.
Learn how landowners Mike and Marcie O’Connor are using this technique to document habitat changes over the course of restoring wetlands on their land.
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.
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.