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Wisconsin EcoLatinos participants partner with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum on the Tu Agua (Your Water) Project (photo by Francisco Guerrero)

Later falls, earlier springs, smoky air from wildfires thousands of miles away–these are just a few examples of the impact of climate change in our state and in our everyday lives in recent years.


Climate Fast Forward is the only statewide climate change action conference in Wisconsin that covers

Climate Adaptation for Tribal Nations in Wisconsin text over dark and light blue triangles.

Climate Adaptation for Tribal Nations in Wisconsin represents a collaboration aimed at addressing the critical challenge of climate change affecting the 12 Tribal Nations in Wisconsin.


The Climate Change Story Slam featured storytellers from around Wisconsin who shared stories about how climate change has affected their lives, how they have coped, and what they’re doing about it.

On December 4, 2023, the Wisconsin Academy hosted an event featuring three Wisconsinites who attended COP28, the 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Francisco Guerrero and Nate Zurawski of WIPPS

Wisconsin’s status as a politically divided state often puts us in the national spotlight.

Founded in a time of political upheaval and amid the Great Depression, Wisconsin Farmers Union (WFU) was chartered in 1930 by farmers who recognized they were stronger together.

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At the Agriculture & Rural Resilience Summit on October 21, 2023 stakeholders including, farmers and organizations dedicated to shaping a climate-smart future joined for a day of learning and action.

On June 22nd and 23rd, nearly 100 Wisconsinites joined the Wisconsin Academy and the American Family Institute for Corporate and Social Impact at the Climate Justice and Community Resilience Summit.


Join the Wisconsin Academy for the second talk in Wisconsin’s Climate Stories series! This time, the Academy is bringing together three incredible leaders who all have a deep connection with our forested lands.

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Madison, Wisconsin 53726
Phone: 608.733.6633


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