Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

About WNR magazine

Wisconsin Natural Resources (WNR) magazine started as The Wisconsin Conservationist in 1919. Since that time there have been several name and design changes, but for almost 100 years, Wisconsin’s natural resources agency has produced a magazine to keep the agency in touch with Wisconsin residents and visitors.

WNR magazine will change from a bimonthly to a quarterly publication in 2018, arriving in mailboxes in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Magazine stories encourage readers to participate in outdoor activities, appreciate a healthy outdoor environment and contribute to its welfare. WNR magazine is published by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 101 S. Webster St., Madison, WI 53702. WNR magazine is sustained through paid subscriptions. No tax money is used.

Postmaster and readers

Send subscription questions and address changes to Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine, P.O. Box 7191, Madison, WI 53707. Subscriptions are $8.97 for one year. Toll-free subscription inquiries will be answered at 1-800-678-9472.

Story and photo submissions are welcome, but the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources assumes no responsibility for loss or damage to unsolicited manuscripts or illustrative material. Viewpoints of authors do not necessarily represent the opinion or policies of the State of Wisconsin, the Natural Resources Board or the Department of Natural Resources. See Freelance Guidelines.

Printed in the U.S.A. on recycled paper using soy-based inks in the interest of our readers and our philosophy to foster stronger recycling markets in Wisconsin.

Magazine production team

Kathryn KahlerActing Editor
Andrea ZaniAssistant Editor
Nei-Turner Media GroupArt Direction
Schumann PrintersPrinting

Natural Resources Board

Terry HilgenbergShawano, Chair
Julie AndersonSturtevant
William BruinsWaupun
Preston D. ColeMilwaukee
Gregory KazmierskiPewaukee
Dr. Frederick PrehnWausau
Gary ZimmerRhinelander

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Scott WalkerGovernor
Daniel L. MeyerSecretary
Kurt ThiedeDeputy Secretary
Ed EberleAssistant Deputy Secretary