The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin was established 30 years ago to channel private support for public natural resources. In that time, our programs and projects have ranged from supporting trumpeter swan recovery to long-term restoration in places such as Cedarburg Bog State Natural Area, to connecting thousands of people to nature through our popular Field Trip Program. This year we’ll be looking back at all of our successes over the past three decades through a special series of e-blasts, a storymap, blog posts, field trips, our quarterly Bridges newsletter, social media and a number of regional events. We’ll also be looking forward at all the great success we expect in the next 30 years, not just for the Foundation, but for Wisconsin’s continued conservation legacy.
You can learn more about our Foundation’s work over the last three decades here. Thank you to all of our members and partners who have helped us celebrate this milestone!
A special thank you the sponsors of our 30th anniversary:
Click below to follow the Foundation’s last 30 years through our interactive story map: