Revvin’ It Up For Conservation

Our 15th anniversary was one of the most inspiring conservation events of the year. The event featured a passionate speech by Reverend Lennox Yearwood Jr., President and CEO of the Hip Hop Caucus.

Reverend Yearwood’s unifying message is just what we need to find common ground in a climate where policy makers make drastic cuts to our environment and some of our most cherished conservation institutions. The event also featured Milwaukee spoken word artist Kavon Cortez Jones, and included a special award ceremony honoring the work of the Simpson Street Free Press.

Thank you for your support over the past 15 years and for your role in protecting our state’s drinking water, public lands, and the Wisconsin places we love!

Reverend Yearwood’s full speech (taken from Facebook Live video).

Spoken word artist Kavon Cortez Jones reads his poem “Lake Michigan.” Check out his Facebook page for more of his brilliant poetry. 

Thank you to our sponsors!

Change Makers
Brico Fund
Lynde Uihlein

Mover Shakers
Max & Shelley Lagally
Don & Mary Stirling

Heavy Hitters
Lynn Broaddus & Marc Gorelick
David & Naomi Cobb
Tory Vollrath

Game Changers
Inkworks Printing
League of Conservation Voters
William Lynch & Barbara Manger
Leonard Sobczak
Outrider Foundation
Rusinow Family Charitable Foundation

Trailblazers
Jimmy & Ashley Anderson
Gehring Family Foundation
Goodman Community Center
Katharine Odell
Allan & Patty Patek
Kerry Schumann & Fred Clark
Tom & Kim Thoresen

Go-Getters
Associated Bank
Spencer Black
Roberta & Bruce Boczkiewicz
Michael Briselli & Jeanne Sacken
Christi & John Clancy
Dana & Pat Chabot
Patrick & Lloyd Eagan
FCM Corporation
Dan Fields
Thomas & Juna Krajewski
Roger Larson & Helen Schott
Lawrence & Eileen Landwehr
Rolland & Mandy Lee
Cici Collins & Jim Miller
Denise & John O’Meara
Mike Rausch & Pam Kling
Jake Vander Zanden & Helen Sarakinos
Wegner CPAs
Angela West Blank & Steve Blank
Jen Wilson

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