Two new videos, produced in collaboration with the Wisconsin Tribal Conservation Advisory Council, Wisconsin Wetlands Association, and USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, highlight the restoration work of the Oneida Nation in northeastern Wisconsin. The long-term landscape approach the Oneida Nation takes to protect and restore their reservation is improving water quality, alleviating flooding, and providing habitat. It’s also helping to revitalize their culture. Take a look:
- Creating a Path: Watershed Conservation and the Oneida Nation
- Planting a Seed: Revitalizing Land and Culture
These videos are part of a larger initiative to raise awareness of the vital work that tribes in Wisconsin are doing to protect and restore wetlands and watersheds.
For more information on this project, please reach out to Tony Kuchma of the Oneida Nation or Katie Beilfuss of the Wisconsin Wetlands Association.