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WI Green Fire

Posts about our organization. You can also find more information about WGF under “newsletters.”

Nitrates in Wisconsin Waters – A Wisconsin’s Green Fire Policy Analysis

While Wisconsin has among the finest freshwater resources in North America, an increasingly large number of Wisconsin communities, homes, schools, and businesses find their water sources unsafe to drink. The water crisis in Flint, Michigan was a wake-up call about the hazards of water supplies we once assumed would always be safe. The total scope of the water quality crisis in Wisconsin today is much larger however than one community or one region. Wisconsin needs a drinking water solution equal to the magnitude of the problem. This paper lays out elements of that solution.

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WGF Hires First Exec. Director, Communications Staff

To Our Members and Supporters,

I’m excited to announce important developments for Wisconsin’s Green Fire!

Our Board of Directors is pleased to announce a leap forward in our capacity to do the important conservation work our nearly 500 members have supported since 2017. As you may be aware, during this time we have been building our work …

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WGF Media Statement: Wisconsin’s Green Fire Announces Major Gift from Evjue Foundation

Mercer, WI – Terry Daulton, President of Wisconsin’s Green Fire: Voices for Conservation announced receipt of a significant grant from the Evjue Foundation. “We’re pleased and humbled by the confidence that the Evjue Foundation has placed in the work we are undertaking to restore Wisconsin’s Conservation legacy and the role of science as a critical …

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Earth Day Reflections

 

A year ago, on Earth Day 2017, we announced ourselves as a new organization – Wisconsin’s Green Fire: Voice’s for Conservation. A group of mostly retired natural resources professionals and supporters, we are passionate about the conservation legacy of Wisconsin and want to help carry it into the future. Many fine conservation organizations in the …

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