How Wisconsin’s tribes are leading the way in wetland restoration

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Heard On The Larry Meiller Show
A wetland on the Bad River reservation. It's full of plants and a stream flows through it.
Wetlands absorb water from snow melt and rains and clean the water by filtering out sediment and pollutants. Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Wetlands Assocation 

Wisconsin has lost half of the wetlands that once occupied our state. Luckily, there are several groups working to restore them. We hear from the Mashkiiziibii Natural Resources Department about their work protecting the wetlands of Lake Superior.

Episode Credits

  • Jill Nadeau Host
  • Clara Neupert Producer
  • A. Emily Ralph Technical Director
  • Katie Beilfuss Guest
  • Jessica Strand Guest