East Troy, Wisconsin
December 27, 2017
Conservation easements protect rare fen in Walworth County. Learn More
November 13, 2017
One of First Projects Awarded through DNR In-Lieu Fee Wetland Mitigation Program Learn More
October 30, 2017
The Nature Conservancy is opposed to Assembly Bill 547, which exempts all non-federal wetlands from wetland permitting requirements. Learn More
October 19, 2017
MillerCoors, Leinenkugel’s and The Nature Conservancy Highlight Healthy Forests and Beer’s Main Ingredient—Water! Learn More
October 12, 2017
The Nature Conservancy is opposed to Senate Bill 395 and Assembly Bill 499, which seek to repeal current state law on nonferrous metallic mining popularly referred to as the Prove It First mining law. Learn More
EAST TROY, WI
October 02, 2017
The Nature Conservancy has expanded its Crooked Creek Preserve in the Mukwonago River watershed with the acquisition of almost 107 acres formerly known as the Chapman Hills Girl Scout Camp in southeast Wisconsin. Learn More
September 25, 2017
The Great Lakes Timber Professionals Association through collaboration with the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and The Nature Conservancy is hosting a Log A Load For Kids event. Learn More
July 21, 2017
La Causa Inc., Milwaukee County Parks and The Nature Conservancy have launched a partnership to introduce young people to natural resources management and careers in conservation through paid summer internships. Learn More
STURGEON BAY, WI
July 24, 2017
Grant funds invasive species removal in Door County Ramsar Wetlands Learn More
June 12, 2017
With support from U.S. donors, foundations and conservation organizations, as well as the Government of Canada and private donors, The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) completed the purchase of Big Trout Bay, the crown jewel in a series of rugged coastal islands, peninsulas and bays along Lake Superior’s northwest shore. Learn More
Baileys Harbor, WI
February 09, 2017
Nature Conservancy partners with Kangaroo Lake Association to provide fish habitat and reduce shoreline erosion. Learn More
January 18, 2017
Acquisition will protect health of globally important wetlands Learn More
The Journal Times (Racine)
December 01, 2017
Guest column by Mary Jean Huston, director of The Nature Conservancy in Wisconsin, about the need to fix the way we fund wildfire suppression so that firefighting doesn’t come at the expense of projects that would make our lands healthier — and less fire-prone — in the first place.
Baraboo News Republic
October 07, 2016
Story highlights The Nature Conservancy’s work to restore the oak forests on our land in the Baraboo Hills for songbirds and other wildlife.
WXPR 91.7 (Rhinelander public radio)
September 21, 2016
Nature Conservancy Conservation Director Matt Dallman is interviewed about the Stewardship Agreement recently signed by the Conservancy and the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The agreement will improve the health and long-term sustainability of the forest while expanding the National Forest’s ability to provide timber to Wisconsin’s forest products industry.
Wisconsin Ag Connection
August 17, 2016
The Nature Conservancy in Wisconsin is a partner in a new dairy sustainability alliance formed to help ensure that members of the dairy food supply chain are continuously improving in animal care, environmental conservation, food safety and other practices.
Door County Advocate – Sturgeon Bay, WI
May 02, 2016
The Door County Advocate reported on two Nature Conservancy and Climate Change Coalition of Door County Earth Day events to plant trees at the Conservancy’s Mink River and Kangaroo Lake preserves with help from area high school students.
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