Watershed groups preform conservation work on the lands and waters of an entire watershed. The primary focus of some watershed groups may be public policy, while other watershed groups roll up their sleeves and get their hands and feet dirty.

Regardless of their primary mission, watershed groups are great sources of conservation information about soil conditions, compatible native plants, current invasive species control, available funding and current restoration projects in your community. Making contact with your local watershed group can help you plug into a wealth of relevant local experience.

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Bad River Watershed Association

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Friends of Cherokee Marsh 
Friends of Lake Wingra
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Friends of the Platte River

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Lower Sugar River Association

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Milwaukee Riverkeeper

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Rock River Coalition

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Token Creed Watershed Association

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Upper Sugar River Watershed Association

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