We are dedicated to the protection, restoration, and enjoyment of wetlands and associated ecosystems through science-based programs, education, and advocacy.
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Wisconsin Wetlands Association is working with the Mequon Preservation Partners to develop a plan for land conservation in the City of Mequon to help the community protect water quality, prevent flooding, and maintain a high quality of life.read more
Invasive plants reduce the health of wetlands and make them less habitable for wildlife. One invasive wetland plant to be on the watch for is reed mannagrass. Reed mannagrass (Glyceria maxima, also sometimes called rough or tall mannagrass) is an aggressive, weedy...read more
Wisconsin is home to many beautiful and diverse wetlands. From marshes to swamps, Wisconsin's wetlands are complex and excellent places to explore. Wisconsin is also home to some of the rarest kinds of wetlands in the world, ridge and swale wetlands. It's not just us...read more