Wisconsin Conservation Voices’ work is all about people. That’s why, for 15 years, we’ve invested in offices and staff in communities across the state. Our field organizers work with amazing people like you every day - volunteers, activists, and partner organizations - to make sure that decision makers in Madison and in city halls and county board rooms are working to protect our water, air, and land. Get involved by contacting your local organizer below. Not sure who to call? Contact field director Seth Hoffmeister at email@example.com.
Kate BEaton, Western Organizer
Do you live in La Crosse, Eau Claire, or elsewhere in western Wisconsin and want to get involved? You’ll want to meet Kate! Kate led the charge in Eau Claire to move the city toward 100 percent renewable energy. She’s a graduate of UW-Eau Claire, where she studied social work and environmental sciences. Join other conservationists and Kate in fighting for clean water, clean energy, and a healthy democracy.
Aurora Conley, FIRST NATIONS ORGANIZER
Do you live in northern Wisconsin or in a Native community? Aurora is your conservation link to the State Capitol. Aurora found her voice at a young age, advocating for clean water and climate change solutions on behalf of her community – the Bad River Band of Chippewa – all over the world. Join other conservationists and Aurora in fighting for clean water, clean energy, and a healthy democracy.
Casey Hicks, northeast organizer
From Green Bay to the Fox Valley to Door County, Casey is your go-to for Wisconsin Conservation Voices in northeast Wisconsin. Casey previously dabbled in politics and was an Americorps VISTA member, working to improve outcomes for children in Brown County. Join other conservationists and Casey in fighting for clean water, clean energy, and a healthy democracy.