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The State of The Nature Conservancy in Wisconsin

Blue waters of a river wind through wetlands with oak forest in the background.
Mukwonago River: TNC has protected more than 2,000 acres in the watershed of the Mukwonago River, a natural treasure in the southern Kettle Moraine. © Gerald H. Emmerich, Jr.


You’re invited to join The Nature Conservancy on Wednesday, October 27th, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. CST to celebrate another great year of land and water conservation in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin State Director Elizabeth Koehler will share conservation highlights from the past year and update you on what’s ahead.

Mukwonago Land Steward Brian Miner will share some exciting restoration work at our Newell & Ann Meyer Nature Preserve in southeast Wisconsin.

We’ll save time to hear from you and answer your questions.

Please Register by October 26th to join the live Zoom webcast at this link:

Virtual Event Details: 

We will host this event using Zoom videoconferencing. If you aren't already using Zoom, we recommend that you download the app and/or create a free account in advance, for ease of access. You can sign up for a free Zoom account here.

A dial-in number to join the event by phone will also be provided for those without access to video conferencing equipment.