Learn more about wild rice (or Manoomin as it is known to the Ojibwe) and its history.
Each year in mid-April, more than 2,000 volunteers travel to their local wetlands and favorite birding locations to participate in the Crane Count. But did you know that WWA played a large part in the early years of the Crane Count?
Thanks to habitat loss and land use changes, monarch populations are in trouble. Your efforts to protect and care for your wetlands (and uplands) can help monarchs by promoting much-needed habitat.
Membership support is the largest single source of our annual revenue and allows us the freedom and flexibility to protect the wetlands of Wisconsin in the ways they need most.