Mary Jean Huston
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING/MEDIA CONTACT
DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS
124 Second St, Room 33
Baraboo, WI 53913
Baraboo Hills Project Coordinator: Ann Calhoun
N8740 Pickeral Lake Rd.
East Troy WI 53120-1836
Fresh Water Strategy Manager: Sarah Gatzke
242 Michigan Street, Suite B103
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Director of Conservation-Green Bay Watershed: Nicole Van Helden
Street Address: 8648 Highway 51 North, Unit 3
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 421
Minocqua, WI 54548
Director of Conservation: Matt Dallman
Are Nature Conservancy preserves open to visitors?
The majority of the Conservancy’s preserves in Wisconsin are open to visitors for hiking, canoeing, cross-country skiing, bird watching, and photography. A few preserves are generally closed to the public, either due to access or liability problems or because even limited use would destroy the natural features we seek to protect.
Many Wisconsin nature preserves are ADA accessible. Learn more here.
You can find descriptions and directions to many of these preserves in the Places We Protect section of this web site.
Can I hunt on Nature Conservancy preserves?
The Conservancy provides hunting opportunities for deer, turkey and other game species at most Wisconsin preserves. Learn more here.
Does Wisconsin have volunteer opportunities?
Yes! We hold regular stewardship work day at many of our preserves, and we have occasional office volunteer needs. Go to the Get Involved tab at the top of this page and search “Wisconsin” to find upcoming events.
We also post volunteer opportunities on the Volunteer Match web site.
If you’re interested in office projects or volunteering regularly on our preserves, please fill out a Wisconsin Volunteer Application.
Feel free to contact us with any questions at WIVolunteer@tnc.org!
How can I speak up about policy and funding issues that affect conservation in Wisconsin?
You can join our Wisconsin Outside Voice network if you want to help us speak up for Wisconsin’s lands, waters and wildlife. You’ll receive action alerts asking you to contact your legislators to support state and federal policy and funding issues that affect the Wisconsin lands, waters and wildlife you love.
Who should I talk to about address changes and duplicate mailings?
You can e-mail Gail Van Sluys in our Madison office at email@example.com.
Who should I talk to if I own or know of a property that should be conserved?
Please contact Stefanie Moritz at 608-251-8140, extension 153.
Connect with The Nature Conservancy Worldwide
The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. We are impacting conservation in 72 countries—protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs, from Australia to Alaska to Zambia