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Get the inside scoop on some of the stories form our latest edition of the Field Notes.


Past progress towards future preservation. The Field Notes Archives.

NHC crews restored monarch habitat on thousands of acres
in 2018, including Ferry Bluff State Natural Area along
the Wisconsin River in Sauk County.
Photo credit: Ryan Brady

With help from dedicated partners, volunteers and donors like you, we’re making important progress in securing Wisconsin’s natural heritage. Enjoy these stories and join in helping us build on these successes.

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For information on Natural Heritage Conservation Field Notes, contact:
Lisa Gaumnitz
Project Manager
608-266-8736
Last revised: Tuesday November 27 2018