Wisconsin’s Green Fire’s 2018 Annual Membership Meeting: “The Art of Effective Science Communications – Reaching Outside the Echo Chamber”
You won’t want to miss our second annual membership meeting September 7-9 at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center near Ashland, WI. All are welcome. Please register by September 1. Because this is a popular tourist destination, please make lodging reservations ASAP. See this listing for area lodging and camping information. We look forward to the camaraderie of connecting with our WGF state-wide network of friends and colleagues. Learn more about the meeting.
The goal of this meeting is to bring WGF members together to gain insights to effectively communicate science and policy to a variety of audiences. View Full Agenda >
Join us Friday evening and bring the family for dinner at Big Top Chautauqua and a performance of Wild Woods and Waters under the big tent. VIew Full Details >
Four field trips are planned for the weekend, “Paddle the Pearls” Freshwater Estuary Ed-Venture, Frog Bay Tribal National Park, Wetlands of the Penokee Hills, and Post-Flood Watershed Analysis and Culvert Restoration. View Full Details >
Early September is a beautiful time in the Chequamegon Bay area. It is a very popular time of year to visit, and unfortunately motel rooms are more expensive at this time. We recommend making lodging reservations early. View List of Lodging & Camping >
Prepare to Vote for Board of Directors and Bylaws changes. View Full Details >
A list and short summary of the WGF Work Groups. View Full Details >