Wetlands and Wildlife in Northern Wisconsin

Wetlands and Wildlife in Northern Wisconsin

Wetlands and Wildlife in Northern Wisconsin

Presentation by Tracy Hames
Thursday, April 13, 7 pm
Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center
Sponsored by the Friends of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands with the Bad River Watershed Association and the Chequamegon Audubon Society

Healthy wetlands are essential to the health of our waters and wildlife. Join Tracy Hames, Executive Director of Wisconsin Wetlands Association (WWA), as he shares the vital functions wetlands play in helping maintain the health of our watersheds and wildlife. You’ll learn about the types of wetlands in northern Wisconsin and how they capture flood waters, provide habitat for fish and wildlife, and ensure that clean, cool water enters our streams, rivers and lakes.

Tracy Hames became Executive Director of the Wisconsin Wetlands Association in November 2011. Tracy and the staff at WWA help individuals and communities throughout Wisconsin gain the knowledge and guidance needed to protect and care for wetlands. Tracy received a BA in Biology and Environmental Studies from Macalester College, St. Paul, MN in 1984 and an MS in Natural Resources from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point in 1990.

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