The Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program is a central part of a recently filed lawsuit against state Republicans for violating the Wisconsin Constitution and needlessly blocking conservation projects.
Amidst economic transformation through dwindling traditional industries and post-pandemic shifts, Wisconsin has made moves that are reaping rewards.
Silent Sports Magazine states the case for Wisconsin to use its sizable budget surplus to support our state parks and trails.
The property is located between the Lapham Peak and Southern units of the Kettle Moraine State Forest and will be open for hiking, snowshoeing, and other activities.
The Wisconsin DNR acquired around 1,800 acres of private land that will be restored.
This geological gem in the Northwoods is now open again to the public.
Legislative Republications are being sued by Gov Evers’ office for violating the Wisconsin Constitution by obstructing basic government functions, including blocking already-approved Stewardship Program grants.
Knowles-Nelson funds will be used for a multipurpose maintenance facility in Ozaukee County.
Knowles-Nelson grant survives Joint Finance review process.
Patrick Durkins, outdoor columnist, shows support for the Pelican River Forest after a representative on the state legislature blocked the largest conservation deal in Wisconsin’s history.