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

Wisconsin’s Green Fire is a Critical Voice for Science in Conservation

One of our newest members, Russ Feingold, shares his enthusiasm for Wisconsin’s Green Fire and his own work in conservation.  Wisconsin native and former U.S. Senator Feingold serves as an ambassador for the global Campaign for Nature, but his Midwest roots run deep as shown in this testimonial.
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Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Earth Day Wisconsin's Green Fire members reflect on past decades and hopes for the future

Wisconsin's Green Fire members share their reflections on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day in a number of stories we have posted on the web. You can still join our virtual Earth Day celebration by posting on our Facebook page to share a reflection, experience, hope for the future, or beloved place.

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upcoming events

September 25-26, 2020

Save the Date - Wisconsin's Green Fire Annual Meeting

Virtual

Mark this weekend for an interesting and fun virtual gathering of Wisconsin's Green Fire members and friends. Watch this space for updates on annual meeting webinars and member events. 

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recent work

Guides to Oil Pipeline Regulation in Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s Green Fire has partnered with Midwest Environmental Advocates to develop a series of guides to oil pipeline regulation in Wisconsin.

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