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“The Hour of Land” with Terry Tempest Williams

Gathering Waters is honored to partner with the Wisconsin Book Festival to present Terry Tempest Williams at Madison Central Library. Terry Tempest Williams, the author of environmental classic "Refuge" and the beloved memoir "When Women Were Birds," returns with "The Hour of Land," a literary celebration of America's national parks. The event is free, but registration is required by June 30th for the reception and a reserved seat. We hope to see you there.

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Save Wisconsin’s Public Lands and Waters

If ever there was a time for Wisconsin’s land trusts and the conservation community to work together with a common purpose, this is it. Many of our top priorities at the state and federal levels—Wisconsin’s Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program, the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, and the Land & Water Conservation Fund—face grave threats, and we need your support and involvement.

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Check out our spring newsletter!

This edition of Crosscurrents includes easy ways to get involved in public policy advocacy, highlights from our 2017 Land Trust Retreat, and inspiring stories about the local, on the ground impact of the Stewardship Program, the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, and last year's Conservationist of the Year, Ron Endres.

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