The latest wetland news
Following an extensive national search, we’re pleased to introduce Wisconsin-native, Jennifer Western Hauser as WWA’s new Wetland Policy Liaison.
This Halloween, we invite you to consider the long-standing, erroneous perception that wetlands are dark and dreary places to be avoided.
Kyle Magyera joined the Integrated Floodplain and Wetland Mapping Workshop in Washington D.C., sharing how we build partnerships and work closely with local officials to promote wetlands as solutions.
In our wetlands work, we sometimes make reference to Wisconsin’s “wetland community.” Are we a community? Just what does that mean? And how can it inspire us and make our work more powerful and effective?
We shared how wetlands help manage runoff and reduce erosion and pollution while giving insight into what actions the legislature could do to encourage wetlands as solutions.
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.