Help Track Snowy Owls!

Help Track Snowy Owls!

Update: We did it! Meet NRF’s Snowy Owls: Badger and Austin Thanks to our generous supporters, a sponsorship from Wisconsin Public Service Foundation, and the support of local partners Madison Audubon Society and the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology, as many as six Wisconsin snowy owls will be outfitted with transmitters! Researchers will begin field work after […]

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2017 Conservation Grants Announced

2017 Conservation Grants Announced

“We believe that nature has inherent value and that people want to make a difference,” said Ruth Oppedahl, executive director for the Natural Resources Foundation. “The C.D. Besadny Conservation Grant program is proof of this. These grants are awarded to people and organizations who are out there making a real difference for conservation and education in Wisconsin and we are so proud to support their work.”

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Sustaining State Natural Areas

Sustaining State Natural Areas

State Natural Areas protect the last remnants of our state’s rarest and most ecologically significant ecosystems. These places need our help. This informational booklet outlines the State Natural Areas that have been identified as having a high priority for conservation in Wisconsin. Special thanks to the Sally R. Luthin Memorial Fund for making this publication possible.

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Restoration at Guckenberg-Sturm Preserve

Restoration at Guckenberg-Sturm Preserve

The Guckenberg-Sturm Preserve (also known as Stroebe Island Marsh) is owned and managed by the Northeast Wisconsin Land trust and encompasses an area of 48 acres located in the Village of Fox Crossing (formerly the Town of Menasha). In the last year, the preserve has undergone many restoration efforts. Invasive Species Removal Northeast Wisconsin Land […]

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