Reclaiming Wisconsin’s legacy of conservation leadership

By Curt Meine I recently found myself in an end-of-the-workday discussion with a younger colleague about the state of conservation in Wisconsin. In response to recent political developments, she was exasperated and bewildered. “When I was in college in the ‘90s, we looked to the older generation and wondered what there was left for us … More Reclaiming Wisconsin’s legacy of conservation leadership

Concern for Wisconsin environment more broad than you might think

Intro by James Perry, Ph.D., Campus Executive Officer and Dean Emeritus, University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley. Just how widespread is the concern for what is taking place with respect to the wise management of Wisconsin’s natural resources and our environment? Those who are currently in control of the political landscape would have people believe that it’s a fringe … More Concern for Wisconsin environment more broad than you might think