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May 21st, 2020
WGF Policy Forum: The Future Is Now! Moving Wisconsin into a 21st Century Energy System
Join us to learn how Wisconsin can modernize our energy system and re-imagine our energy future. New technologies are creating benefits for large and small scale energy users alike. Modernizing Wisconsin’s electrical grid will reduce energy waste, increase energy efficiency, and reduce our vulnerability to energy disruptions.
Wisconsin's Green Fire members Gary Radloff and Kerry Beheler will interview a panel of energy experts who will discuss the business case for renewable energy, the creation and benefits of local Energy Districts, and the politics of energy in Wisconsin. We'll showcase examples of successful policy in neighboring states.
Learn how you, as an energy consumer, can get involved and help shift Wisconsin energy into the 21st Century.
April 30th, 2020
WGF Virtual Field Trip - Our Living Ancestors: The History and Ecology of Old Growth Forests in Wisconsin, with John Bates
April 23rd, 2020
WGF Policy Forum - Coming Down the Pipe: Oil Pipeline Regulations in Wisconsin
April 16th, 2020
WGF Virtual Field Trip - Voyage to the Bottom of the World: Penguins, Whales, and Ice
April 9th, 2020
WGF Policy Forum - Science, Conservation, and the Coronavirus
Past Events: 2019 Annual Meeting October 4th & 5th
Working Together, Working Better, Wisconsin’s Green Fire 2019 Annual Meeting will be held on October 4th and 5th at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point outdoor center and conservation camp at TreeHaven near Tomahawk.
Our Annual Meeting will bring together many of Wisconsin’s most regarded conservation and environmental experts along with agency staff and inspired citizens. Join us for learning, great ideas, and visiting old friends and making new ones.
Check out the latest on the program. At the Saturday business meeting, we will elect several new directors to the board of directors. Download a pdf of the board nominees. The board is bringing changes to the bylaws for review and approval by the members. See a summary of changes and download a pdf of the proposed amended bylaws.