Wednesday, February 17th, 5 p.m.
UW-Madison Science Hall, room 15
Join us this Wednesday for our next WSCB meeting and a discussion with Mike Carlson, interim executive director of Gathering Waters: Wisconsin’s Alliance for Land Trusts. We’ll hear about conservation challenges and opportunities from the perspective of the land trust community.
Gathering Waters is a statewide service center for Wisconsin’s land trust community, providing direct services and consulting, government relations, and outreach. To find out more about land trusts and the work that Gathering Waters does in Wisconsin’s conservation community, we hope you’ll join us!
Join us for the next WSCB Chapter Meeting on Wednesday, November 18th at 7 p.m. in UW-Madison’s Science Hall, room 15. We will hear from Madison Audubon’s executive director Matt Reetz, on what the challenges and opportunities are for conservation in Wisconsin in the context of Madison Audubon’s work. The chapter business meeting will precede at 6 p.m., and is open to all WSCB members.
Join us for the next WSCB Chapter Meeting on Wednesday, September 23rd at 7 p.m. in UW-Madison’s Science Hall, room 15. We will hear from Wisconsin Wetland Association’s executive director Tracy Hames, on what the challenges and opportunities are for conservation in Wisconsin in the context of WWA’s work. The chapter business meeting will precede at 6 p.m., and is open to all. Want to get more involved in WSCB? Shoot us an email, and let us know your interests!
WSCB will hold our first Chapter Meeting: December 3rd at 5 pm, in Science Hall room 15. A social hour will follow.
The agenda includes:
- news of our events and activities
- an update on our newly formed student chapter
- information on our upcoming elections, and a call for candidates
- news about WSCB hosting the NAACB conference here in Madison, WI and how you can be involved
- gauging interest on a citizen science project involving WSCB
As always, we also want to hear from you on how you’d like to be involved. Whether it’s taking a leadership role, leading a project or event, or brainstorming new avenues for our chapter–there are plenty of ways you can be an involved member. The first step is attending our bi-monthly meetings! We hope to see you there.
For more information, please see our calendar: