DNRTo protect and enhance our natural resources: our air, land and water; our wildlife, fish and forests and the ecosystems that sustain all life. To provide a healthy, sustainable environment and a full range of outdoor opportunities. To ensure the right of all people to use and enjoy these resources in their work and leisure. To work with people to understand each otherís views and to carry out the public will. And in this partnership consider the future and generations to follow.
Fox/Wolf Rivers Environmental History ProjectUsing maps, stories, photos and songs, this website tells the history of Northeast Wisconsin's Fox and Wolf Rivers. The emphasis is on environmental history. Reflections on how people have used, abused and protected rivers, lakes and wetlands.
The Wisconsin Environmental Education BoardTo provide leadership in the development of learning opportunities that empower Wisconsin citizens with the knowledge and skills needed to make wise environmental decisions and take responsible actions in their personal lives, workplaces and communities.
Wisconsin Center for Environmental EducationThe mission of the Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education (WCEE) is to promote, develop,disseminate, implement, and evaluate environmental education programs for K-12 teachers andstudents in Wisconsin.
Audubon in the state of WisconsinThe mission of the National Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.
John Muir Chapter SierraClubWelcome to the home state of Aldo Leopold & Gaylord Nelson and the boyhood home of John Muir, our Sierra Club Founder. From our northern pine forests to our rolling southwestern hills, we have ten active groups in our state. We welcome you to find the one in your area.
Wisconsin Environmental InitiativeWelcome to the Wisconsin Environmental Initiativeís (WEI) website. We hope youíll find it to be one of the most comprehensive sites for information about issues related to business and the environment, land use, and green building. Activities and issues change frequently; visit us often!
Natural Resources Foundation of WisconsinThe Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin is a not-for-profit organization funded from contributions, grants, and individual memberships. It's purpose is to enhance Wisconsin's natural resources through financial support for local grassroots conservation efforts, DNR programs, and educational outreach.
Welcome to Arbor House, An Environmental InnLocated across the street from the UW Arboretum (1280 acres of ecologically restored woodland, prairie, and native communities), the 1800s landmark and recent annex addition are surrounded by native gardens and mature trees.
National Environmental Education Advancement ProjectThe National Environmental Education Advancement Project (NEEAP), located at theUniversity of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, is a national organization which aids state and localenvironmental education leaders in promoting their environmental education efforts, and developsinformational items on building state capacity for environmental education.
Wisconsin Environmental Health AssociationThe Wisconsin Environmental Health Association, Inc. (WEHA), a non-profit organization, is comprised of over 400 public,private, and academic environmental health professionals. WEHA's goal is to improve the health and well-being of the people ofWisconsin by focusing on environmental and public health issues.
Citizens for a Better EnvironmentFounded in 1971, CBE has offices in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. Over the last 28 years, CBE attorneys, scientists, policy analysts, engineers and community organizers have developed innovative and effective strategies for improving and protecting environmental quality.
Alliance for AnimalsThe Alliance for Animals is one of the foremost organizations in Wisconsin devoted to increasing public awareness of animal abuse and promoting the humane treatment of all animals. Through our bi-monthly newsletter, action-oriented committees, public programs and affiliated chapters throughout the state, the Alliance responds to a wide spectrum of animal rights issues, including specific instances of cruelty to animals, wildlife management practices, genetic engineering and factory farming.
Dane County Humane SocietyThe Dane County Humane Society is committed to preventing suffering and cruelty to animals and will strive to instill in our community an ethic of empathy, care and appreciation for all living things.
Animal Liberation Action GroupWelcome to the homepage of the Animal Liberation Action Group, a recognized student organization atthe University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, USA. The group advances knowledge of animal exploitation, andseeks to end prejudice and unjustifiable discrimination against animals.
4Lakes Group Sierra ClubWelcome to the Four Lakes Group Sierra Club. This local Sierra Club group covers most of Southwest Wisconsin, including Dane, Sauk, Columbia, Juneau, Adams, Richland, Iowa, Grant and Crawford counties. This includes the Madison metro area as well. We are an environmental organization doing local conservation and activism, supporting recycling, lobbying for legislation, putting out newsletters and holding monthly educational programs. Learn more About Us and how to become a Sierra Club member.
Gathering WatersGathering Waters is a land conservation organization formed in 1995 to assist land trusts, landowners and communities in their efforts to protect Wisconsin's land and water resources. Established by a coalition of land trusts, Gathering Waters serves as an education and technical assistance center for land trusts and landowners alike.
Menominee Nation Treaty Rights and Mining ImpactsI don't know how long I'm going to be here, but when I'm gone I want you people here to take the fight and continue it and to not give up until Exxon is no more!