The Nature Conservancy is working across Wisconsin to protect our state’s water, forests and grasslands. Conservation starts with people. One person—inspired by a special place or memory—can take action to leave a natural legacy for plants, animals and people.
Good news! $33.25 million/year for the Stewardship Program was included in Wisconsin’s 2015-2017 budget. Thanks to Nature Conservancy supporters who urged their legislators to maintain funding for this essential land, water and wildlife habitat conservation program.
The Conservancy is helping the Bad River Band protect rivers, lakes, wetlands and one of the largest natural wild rice beds in the world in the Kakagon/Bad Rivers Sloughs.
No Garden? No Problem! You can still enjoy the beauty of Wisconsin’s native plants at home. We share tips for adding native plants to your patio and balcony containers.
Meadowlarks, bobolinks and other grassland birds are thriving just a short car ride from Madison in the Military Ridge Prairie Heritage Area.
The Nature Conservancy is working to protect and restore the world’s largest freshwater dune system.
See how the Conservancy is working with Gulf of Mexico communities on the biggest environmental restoration of our time.
- August 21, 2015
- Congressman Ribble Receives Conservation Award at Lake Michigan Day
- August 12, 2015
- Targeted Changes to Agriculture Practices Result in Cleaner Water
- May 11, 2015
- Door Peninsula Wetlands Deemed of International Significance
- March 18, 2015
- Overwhelming Bipartisan Support for Public Funding for Conservation
- February 14, 2015
- Kangaroo Lake Association Launches “Fish Sticks” Project
- February 04, 2015
- Proposed Moratorium on Stewardship Program a Blow to Wisconsin's Economy and Quality of Life