Green Bay Conservation Partners Spring Roundtable

Please join us for an exciting event to share information and foster collaboration among conservation practitioners, researchers and stakeholders working in the bay of Green Bay, Lower Fox River watershed, […]

Conservation Districts Delivering Conservation Programs & Services When Not Co-located in a USDA Service Center

Join us for a webinar on Conservation Districts delivering effective conservation programs & services when not co-located in a USDA Service Center. Participants will receive examples, tips and recommendations from […]

Living a Land Ethic in Leopold’s Sand County: A Reflection with the 2022 Leopold Fellows

Future conservation leaders connect to the same land the Leopold family loved and cared for through the Aldo Leopold Foundation’s Future Leaders Fellowship Program. Join the class of 2022 Leopold […]

Parks and Rec meets Berry and Leopold: Nick Offerman’s Growing Conservation Ethic

How do we “comprehend, protect, and truly experience the outdoors,” even in fields outside of conservation? Actor, author, humorist and woodworker Nick Offerman explores this question in his latest book, […]

Hope Amidst Havoc: Exploring the Conservation Movement’s Past, Present, and Future

Especially in recent years, it has become no secret that the conservation movement has a troubling past. Where do we find hope in that history, and in currently emerging movements, […]

WiWiC Conservation Educator Network Spring Meet-Up

Are you a conservation educator working with women landowners in Wisconsin? A warm invite to join the WiWiC Conservation Educator Network at their Spring Meet-up. The WiWiC Conservation Educator Network […]

2022 Master Naturalist Trainings: Registration Opens

Registration will open Monday, January 10 at 9:00am! Registration is first come, first serve.  We do have a waiting list once a training fills, but it’s best to register as […]

Eco-literacy and Conservation: The Convergence of Research, Policy and Education

Join us for a brief foray into the intersections of science, policy and education. This webinar will explain how ecologists and conservation biologists use the scientific process, how those results […]

Making Conservation Profitable

Iowa County’s Uplands Watershed Group supports farmers in implementing conservation strategies that protect soil, recycle nutrients, increase water infiltration, support wildlife, and hold carbon in the soil, among other benefits. […]

WiWiC Conservation Educator Network: Launch Meeting

Are you a conservation educator working with women landowners in Wisconsin? You’re invited to the launch of an inclusive new network of conservation educators to collaboratively support each other in […]