How do wetland managers make decisions about how best to care for the wetlands for which they’re responsible? And how can these managers incorporate hydrology, soils, landscape context, and other important factors to improve the success of their efforts?
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?
The 25th annual Wetland Science Conference will be Feb. 18-20, 2020, in Elkhart Lake, WI.
Join us February 19th to kick-off our 50th-anniversary celebrations and catch up on our work in 2018 during our annual membership meeting.
Join us for a special banquet presentation (Feb. 20) from Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander on the Dismal Swamp; a southern marshland that once offered refuge to escaping slaves.