Wisconsin's Green Fire

Voices for Conservation

Wisconsin’s Green Fire supports our conservation legacy by promoting science-based management of natural resources.


Latest News

Wisconsin’s Green Fire volunteer members are at work on a variety of conservation issues around Wisconsin.  Recent efforts include:

WGF Comments on Wisconsin Forestry Action Plan – Draft Assessment June 7th, 2019

WGF Comments to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service On Proposal to Remove Gray Wolves from the Endangered Species list, May 30th, 2019

WGF releases fact sheet on Wisconsin’s Public Trust Doctrine that holds waters of the state belong to all.

WGF Members Testify on Bills related to CAFO permit fees, water quality trading, wetland mitigation banks

State Budget Could Help Farmers Protect Water Quality, April 23, 2019

WGF Comments to DNR on Draft Black Bear Management Plan 2019-2029. April 14, 2019.

WGF Submits Comments to WI Public Service Commission on the proposed Cardinal Hickory Creek transmission line.

Wisconsin’s Green Fire supports efforts to address Chronic Wasting Disease as a member of the CWD Action Initiative

See all of our issue papers and comments by reviewing Our Work.


Recent Work

Wisconsin’s Green Fire releases Opportunities Now – An Analysis of Priority Issues and Actions for Wisconsin’s Natural Resources 2019-2021

Opportunities Now – Press Release 

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Opportunities Now Full Report

Opportunities Now Briefing Papers



Read highlights of our 2018 work.

You can get more in-depth news from us by reading our newsletter. You can find it on our News page or become a member and receive it automatically.

See our Spring 2019 Newsletter