The latest wetland news
Learn more about wild rice (or Manoomin as it is known to the Ojibwe) and its history.
In celebration of Wisconsin Wetland Association's 50th Anniversary we're featuring reflections by leaders from throughout our five decades. Enjoy the story below of how one early leader, Marita Valencia, can trace her wetland career to her time as a...
It all started with an intervention! Look back at how our approach to wetland policy has evolved since our beginnings.
The proposal has already cleared committees in the Senate and has now moved to the Assembly with a hearing scheduled for August 15th, 2019.
We’re hiring! Join our team as our Policy Analyst. We are seeking an experienced professional to support the implementation and growth of the organization’s policy programs.
In 2018, and again in 2019, Wisconsin’s precious wetlands threw out an early spring lifeline to storm-stranded birds.
With 50% of Wisconsin’s wetlands already gone, an important piece of our work is helping to protect the wetlands we have left. But for lasting wetland conservation we also need to put healthy wetlands back on the landscape. Here is a snapshot of our efforts to do just that.
The 25th annual Wetland Science Conference will be Feb. 18-20, 2020, in Elkhart Lake, WI.
Good news! A bill (LRB 1750) to provide funding to design and build 2-3 natural infrastructure restoration projects in Ashland County is now circulating for co-sponsorship.
WWA’s first Executive Director, Charlie Luthin, reflects on the ever-changing landscape of wetland policy.