Give to the Endangered Resources Fund Join the community of caretakers

Thank you for supporting Wisconsin's endangered resources and helping protect our natural heritage! Our program - Natural Heritage Conservation - relies on donations, gifts and grants for approximately 40 percent of our budget. Every dollar you donate goes to the Endangered Resources Fund, is matched dollar for dollar by the state and supports our work to safeguard rare wildlife, plants and special places. By joining the community of caretakers, you will help strengthen Wisconsin's economy, environment and way of life. Together, we can do more. Thank you!

Read about all the great work your support has made possible. NHC annual report.

DNR field technician, Emma Pelton, surveying for snakes.
Young Ben Meyer at Chiwaukee Prairie.
DNR cave specialist Jennifer Redell investigating a cave.
DNR mussels expert Lisie Kitchel & field trip participants investigating mussels during a NRF field trip.

Donate now

Donate todayDonate $50 to the
Endangered Resources Fund
and receive a State Natural Areas guidebook for FREE! Makes a great gift.

Poster, click to enlargeDonate $25 and receive an 'Endangered Wisconsin' poster or donate $300 and receive a print signed by artist Thomas Ferrella.

To choose your gift, please contact:
Matt Wykle
NHC program assistant

Thank you! Remember every dollar you donate to the Endangered Resources Fund is matched dollar for dollar by the state. We accept VISA, Master Card, American Express, Discover and eCheck.

Gift amount:
(A gift of $25 will include a copy of our 'Endangered Wisconsin' poster. If you prefer not to receive this gift, please email Matt Wykle.)


Donate directly
Prefer to write a check? No problem! Please make your check payable to the "Endangered Resources Fund" and send to:
Wisconsin DNR
Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation
PO Box 7921
Madison WI 53707

Review your donation

If you have already made a donation to the Endangered Resources Fund, you may review your donation.

Notice: Wisconsin Open records law requires the Department to provide information to requesters [Wis. Stats.19.31-19.39]. In addition, your name and address may be used for Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation eNewsletters and additional fundraising efforts. If so, you will then be allowed to opt out of our contacting you for these efforts.

Contact information
For more information, contact:
The Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation
Last revised: Thursday, July 31, 2014