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Donate to the Endangered Resources Fund

Your donation to the Endangered Resources Fund helps save rare plants, animals and natural communities. Any amount helps, no matter how small, and your gift is matched, doubling your impact. We accept VISA, Master Card, American Express, Discover and eCheck.

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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
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Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation
608-267-2108

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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.

Wood Turtle Donate to the Natural Heritage Conservation
Protecting wood turtles’ nests is paying
off for this threatened species. Your donation
is doubled and makes a big difference.
Photo credit: Ryan Brady
Last revised: Tuesday, January 30, 2018