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2023 Wetland Science Conference
2023 Wetland Science Conference
A three-day conference for wetland and water professionals in the Upper Midwest

Wisconsin Wetlands Association thanks everyone who attended the 28th Annual Wetland Science Conference February 21-24, 2023. It was a terrific three days of learning about wetlands and networking within the wetland community of Wisconsin and the upper Midwest.

Recordings of oral presentations from the conference as well as virtual posters are now available to registrants (both full-conference and on-demand only) via the Evetleaf Guide App and the Eventleaf Attendee Portal. If you registered for the conference (for the in-person event or on-demand access), we sent you an email on March 1, 2023, with information on how to access the conference recordings through the app and portal.

Email conference@wisconsinwetlands.org if you need help accessing the recordings and posters.


Key Speakers
Key Speakers

Carol Johnston, Professor Emerita, South Dakota State University
Beavers: Heroes or villains of climate change? 
Wednesday, February 22, 9:00 am

Janice Rice, Ho-Chunk Nation member and UW-Madison lecturer/librarian emerita

If the waters could speak: Hoocąk voices and values
Wednesday, February 22, 6:30 pm

Ryan O'Connor, ecologist, and Katie Hein, limnologist, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Central Wisconsin’s treasured wetlands: From storied past to dynamic future
Thursday, February 23, 8:30 am

Sponsors
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The Wetland Science Conference is proudly hosted by the Wisconsin Wetlands Association, a statewide non-profit dedicated to the protection, restoration, and enjoyment of wetlands and associated ecosystems through science-based programs, education, and advocacy. We envision a state where wetlands are healthy and plentiful and support ecological and societal needs, and where citizens care for, appreciate, and interact with these natural resources.

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