For more than 50 years, The Nature Conservancy has worked to protect the lands and waters of Wisconsin. Our accomplishments have demonstrated that conservation is not just “nice-to-have." It is fundamental to the health and prosperity of this great state. Ensuring clean air and clean water safeguards the well-being of people and wildlife, while innovative conservation-friendly programs support Wisconsin’s economy.
The Conservancy is working to ensure that people and nature have enough clean water to thrive.
The Conservancy, farmers and other partners take a targeted approach to improving water quality.
Read a Q&A with Lisa Downes about developing a voluntary program for sustainable water use.