knowles-nelson in the news
Help give Stewardship the resources it needs and keep it going for another ten years.
Wisconsin’s natural resources are more popular than ever.
Funding for natural areas is crucial to supporting quality of life.
Board requests 25 years of continued Stewardship funding
Northwoods parks and trails created by Knowles-Nelson have been popular destinations during pandemic.
Knowles-Nelson grant was key to maintaining a critical link.
Funding from Knowles-Nelson has been key in protecting natural areas in the St. Croix River watershed.
The governor urges Wisconsinites to speak up in support of conservation funding.
The governor’s initiatives show particular commitment to land protection, climate and water quality.
Knowles-Nelson projects in Door County have created many parks and facilities over the years.
“Conversations on the Edge,” a news podcast from Edgewood College, features an in-depth exploration of conservation in Wisconsin.
With businesses closed, Wisconsinites and residents from neighboring states flocked to natural areas
Report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum says renewed interest in the outdoors signals need to boost funding for public lands.
Knowles-Nelson offers rare opportunity for bipartisan consensus.
Parks and Recreation Board asks city to formally announce its support for renewal of Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program.
Local land trust will acquire 40 acres of riverside lands, opening up a large area for public use.
The project has already received a $245,000 grant from Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Fund
Outdoors people must again disregard their differences and tell politicians to reauthorize the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program.
A $369,400 grant awarded from Wisconsin’s Knowles-Nelson Stewardship program will fund new trails in Manitowoc