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Upcoming Events

Current Programs

Engaging watershed residents to improve, protect and enjoy the Winnebago Lakes.


Lower Fox Recovery

Working with producers and project partners in the Plum and Kankapot Creek Watersheds to reduce sediment and phosphorus runoff.


Northeast Wisconsin Stormwater Consortium

Communities working together for cost effective stormwater management and regulatory compliance


Outreach and Education

Urban watershed outreach campaign

Visit Renew our waters.org

Workshops & Presentations

Our outreach specialist works to educate people of all ages through:

  • school presentations
  • educational exhibits
  • volunteer events
  • rain barrel workshops
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Semi-annual newsletter produced in collaboration with partner organizations for rural residents and the farming community

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Explore the Fox-Wolf Watershed & Green Bay Water Quality Datahub

Click here to visit the hub

The Source

Our e-newsletter and blog

ATTENTION STURGEON ENTHUSIASTS: Public meetings set for mid-February and early March, 2018 to update sturgeon management plan

Contact(s): Ryan Koenigs, DNR Lake Winnebago sturgeon biologist, 920-303-5450 OSHKOSH, Wis. - Wisconsin's oldest fish species - lake sturgeon present when dinosaurs roamed the earth - is set