Explore our work in Wisconsin — from protecting public lands and migratory songbird habitat to helping one couple leave a legacy to the future!
Read about our work in the Mukwonago River watershed, a fabulous land gift in Door County from monarch expert Karen Oberhauser, our two new UW-Madison Board members and more.
The Nature Conservancy is identifying culverts and other barriers to fish passage in the Lake Michigan basin and helping repair or replace some to open more river miles for fish and improve the health of migratory fish populations in the Great Lakes.
We work with partners across Wisconsin to protect our lakes, rivers and groundwater, ensuring that people and nature have enough clean water to live and thrive.
See how the Conservancy and farmers are working together to use cattle to help manage for the diversity of habitat needed by grassland birds.
It’s fall, and monarchs, darners, swans and other wildlife are heading south.
Volunteers are gathering information about regal fritillary butterflies that could help ensure their survival in Wisconsin prairies.
Invasive species damage Wisconsin’s lands and waters and make our lives miserable. See what we’re doing to stop the spread and how you can help.
Check out our wildflower map to find great places to see them at Nature Conservancy preserves in Wisconsin and other states.
The prairie is home to 10 of Wisconsin’s 16 species of tiger beetles. See these voracious hunters that are not only fascinating but beautiful.
Your seasonal guide to plants, animals and special places in the Badger State!
We’ve been working with farmers and other partners in the Pecatonica River watershed to test a new approach to cleaning up Wisconsin’s waters, and we’re getting some great results.
Oak trees in the Baraboo Hills are declining. See how we’re restoring oak forest for birds and other wildlife.
See how one Wisconsin family is sharing their love of nature and spending time outdoors with their son.
It’s the season of giving back and giving thanks. Here’s Jeff Rusinow’s inspiring story of saving a place for birds. What’s yours?
See how prescribed fire can be used safely to restore native habitats and provide benefits to people, plants and wildlife. Explore
Clough Island is the centerpiece of the St. Louis River Estuary and essential to its protection. Learn More
See what’s moving, crawling, swimming and flying through the Badger State!
The Nature Conservancy has long recognized the importance of America’s public lands. See what we’ve helped to conserve in Wisconsin.