Thank you for being part of a 60-year tradition of saving nature in Wisconsin!
Because of you and your commitment to protecting land and water in Wisconsin’s Northwoods, we invite you to a virtual event that will celebrate and highlight Northwoods conservation. We hope you will join fellow members, volunteers, staff and trustees for:
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 • 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.
Matt Dallman, Deputy State Director, will share our conservation work in northern Wisconsin and recognize some amazing volunteers who help make it happen.
Forest Ecologist Linda Parker will talk about the long-term trends of our Northwoods resident and migratory birds and about the importance of forest conservation and protection.
Naturalist John Bates will share why old-growth forests are special, and in particular, about Tenderfoot Forest Reserve and why we work to protect it.
Live Q&A will follow the presentations. Please register by October 13th to join the live Zoom webcast. We hope you will join us!
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.