Conservation News

Aug 08, 2017

Fishing supports Midwest values of family and conservation

“Fishing is a great American tradition that brings families and communities together. When you go fishing with your family, you also support a conservation heritage that provides public access to outdoor experiences.” -U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Midwest Region

» Full Article at U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Newsroom

Aug 08, 2017

Old Wisconsin Golf Courses Find New Life As Wildlife Areas

Thanks to the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Fund, Wisconsin's land trusts are able to preserve and protect habitats like these across the state, benefiting our forests and rivers, our fish and wildlife, and ourselves for generations to come.

» Full Article at Wisconsin Public Radio

Aug 08, 2017

Newport State Park designated as Wisconsin’s first ‘dark sky’ park

A wonderful reminder that sometimes conservation goes beyond land and water.

» Full Article at Journal Sentinel

Aug 08, 2017

Singing Animals Reveal Forest Facts

Have you heard of ecoacoustics? (No pun intended

» Full Article at Inside Science

Aug 08, 2017

Wisconsin Dairy Uses Conservation Practices to Save Soil, Boost Profits

As one of the largest producers of dairy products in the nation, it's imperative that Wisconsin farmers prioritize conservation in their land management practices. Kudos to the Keller family for receiving the 2017 Outstanding Dairy Farm Sustainability Award from the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy and for establishing themselves as conservation leaders in our state!

» Full Article at Dairy Herd Management

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