On Conservation Lobby Day, conservation voters like you come from every corner of the state to share their natural resource values — and expectations — with their legislators in the Capitol.
Right now, Wisconsin is facing unprecedented threats to its drinking water and public lands.
Now is the time to take a stand to defend the Wisconsin we love and protect ours and our children’s health. We need you to join your fellow conservationists on Wednesday, March 29! When we stand together, natural resources win!
In the coming weeks, we’ll be announcing details including speakers, programs, and a detailed schedule of the day.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. and the program will start promptly at 10:00 a.m.
Exhibition Hall A
1 John Nolen Drive
Madison, WI 53703
SPONSOR CONSERVATION LOBBY DAY
Conservation Lobby Day gives concerned citizens the opportunity to make their voices heard, which is good for both conservation and democracy in Wisconsin. But this special event doesn’t just happen on its own.
You can help us ensure that Conservation Lobby Day makes the biggest impact possible for Wisconsin’s public lands and drinking water – and keep Lobby Day FREE for all conservation voters who want to attend.
For more information, contact Angela West Blank, Director of Strategic Development, at email@example.com or 608-208-1131.
ABOUT CONSERVATION LOBBY DAY
On March 29th, hundreds of conservationists – including you, we hope! – will meet with as many as 132 legislators at the State Capitol, demonstrating the power of our conservation community and voicing our concerns..
On Conservation Lobby Day, you can expect to:
- Get the inside scoop on the top issues facing our drinking water and public lands.
- Participate in a scheduled meeting with your state Senator and Representative’s offices.
- Network, strategize, and make new friends with hundreds of other conservation-minded citizens from across the state.
- Attend trainings presented by professionals.
Take a look at our priority issues for 2017:
- Learn more about lead in Wisconsin’s drinking water.
- Learn more about manure in Wisconsin’s drinking water.
- Learn more about threats to our public lands.
HISTORY OF CONSERVATION LOBBY DAY
Since the first Conservation Lobby Day in 2005, the event has grown from 100 citizens to more than 600! In that time, it has earned a reputation as the preeminent advocacy event of Wisconsin’s conservation community. Time and again, Conservation Lobby Day proves that when citizens come together to make their conservation values known, legislators listen, and conservation victories soon follow!
Past Conservation Lobby Days have been followed by critical policy victories, like passage of the Strong Great Lakes Compact, reauthorization of the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Fund, and an increase in the tipping fees to deter out-of-state waste.
Past participants have said of Conservation Lobby Day:
- “It’s the best-organized, most-effective lobbying event for promoting conservation issues. It’s always a joy to participate.”
- “Lobby Day is how things get accomplished. It is the biggest show of force on conservation issues.”
- “When well-prepared citizens lobby, it works wonders.”
- “I met my representative for the first time and was impressed. Over 600 people – yeah!”
- “The greatest thing about Lobby Day is the extremely great turnout and participation.”
- “Conservation Lobby Day was thrilling. Seriously. I am so impressed with WLCV’s organization AND organizational abilities.”
We look forward to another powerful, effective, and fun Conservation Lobby Day in 2017. See you on March 29th!
This page is updated regularly with the latest information on Conservation Lobby Day 2017.