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State of The Nature Conservancy in Wisconsin

Barred brown-and-white chickenlike bird with large orange sac at side of neck stands in open area among dry grasses
PRAIRIE CHICKEN Once common throughout Wisconsin, today the greater prairie chicken is only found in the Central Sands region of the state. © Gary Ingraham

Overview

State of The Nature Conservancy in Wisconsin

You’re invited to join The Nature Conservancy online to celebrate another great year of land and water conservation in Wisconsin. Click here to register for the live Zoom event!

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

We’ll also showcase the Central Sands region with a deep dive on prairie chickens by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Biologist Lesa Kardash. We’ll save time to hear from you and answer your questions.

RSVP by October 11

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.