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.
We’re collaborating on a tool to help decision-makers decide where to invest in wetlands, which purify our water, safeguard our communities and provide habitat for wildlife.
St. Martin Island is now part of the Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge, expanding the refuge to almost five times its current size!
A sixth-generation Wisconsin farm family is working with the Conservancy to change the way they handle manure from their dairy herd to help clean up the Mullet River, which eventually flows to Lake Michigan.
Fifteen years ago, Nature Conservancy trustee Harry Groome wrote a letter to his first grandchild about the legacy he hoped to leave him. This is his letter.
Wisconsin Public Television profiles the Conservancy’s work to protect St. Martin Island.
Working with farmers is critical to success in restoring trout streams in the Pecatonica River watershed.
- October 30, 2015
- Nature Conservancy Expands Pickerel Lake and Lulu Lake Nature Preserves
- October 23, 2015
- New Manure Facility Will Save Money, Improve Water Quality in the Mullet River
- October 14, 2015
- Mississippi River Basin Receives D+ in First-Ever Report Card
- September 28, 2015
- Chiwaukee Prairie Wetlands Deemed of International Significance
- September 23, 2015
- Protection Grows for Lake Michigan's "Stepping Stones"