Honoring those who helped preserve our beautiful Wisconsin lands and waters.
Join us on Earth Day, April 22nd
for the induction of Christine Thomas, Hugh Iltis, and Milly Zantow.
The inductees into the Hall of Fame have significantly contributed to conservation programs, projects, public understanding, and conservation ethics within the state of Wisconsin and the nation.
Members of the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame keep alive the ideas and ideals of men and women whose foresight preserved our environment.
Become part of Wisconsin’s conservation history by becoming a member of the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame Foundation.
Is there someone you’d like to nominate for induction? Find out the standards and criteria for induction, and how you can nominate that person.
The WCHF houses a hands-on forum for learning about the history of conservation in Wisconsin. Come tour Wisconsin, a land rich in conservation history.
Check our WCHF News page to keep up to date with what we are doing: New inductees, additions to our museum, new partners, and a lot more.