This year, you can make a difference with a special gift to the Bluffs to Great Lake Shores Campaign. Support the heart of our conservation mission by helping us build a permanent endowment fund for the Foundation, the Evergreen Fund.
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We believe that nature has inherent value and that people have the ability to make a difference. We are the bridge connecting people who want to help with meaningful opportunities to make a lasting impact on Wisconsin’s lands, waters, wildlife, and future stewards.
This year we are celebrating 25 years of Field Trips! Join us as we explore our natural world here in Wisconsin and around the globe.
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The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin provides sustainable funding for Wisconsin’s most imperiled species and public lands, while connecting generations to the wonders of Wisconsin’s lands, waters, and wildlife through conservation, education, engagement and giving.
Your support goes to on-the-ground conservation projects, environmental education, and ensuring that NRF and our many partners in conservation will be here, caring for the land you love, for generations to come.
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We are thrilled to announce that thanks to the incredible response from our members, along with a generous gift from Foundation board member Michael Williamson and his wife Mary Ann Doll, the $5,000 Campaign challenge issued by Foundation member Robin Buerki and Foundation co-founder Ron Semmann and his wife Ann Semmann, has been met!Read More
David Clutter, executive director of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin talks about his background and his thoughts on WisConservation.Read More
In October 2020, we will be traveling from Zimbabwe to Zambia to Botswana, experiencing their movie-like landscapes and what makes them unique to Africa.Read More
“Whatever part of Wisconsin you love most, the Foundation is there to protect it.”
John Kaiser, NRF Member