Take a journey
into the past – at the Wisconsin Conservation
Hall of Fame.
Crackling fires reveal
charred stumps and blackened earth ...
the sharp aroma of sawdust rises from
a freshly sawed log ...
glaring headlights expose a poacher's
camp...and you're in the driver's seat!
When you step through the
door of the Conservation Hall of Fame,
you become a part of Wisconsin's environmental
history. Discover how resource management
has shaped our environment and our lives.
Exciting exhibits bring the past to life
for visitors of all ages.
Located in Stevens Point,
Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Conservation
Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization
composed of 24 Wisconsin conservation-related
organizations. The Wisconsin Conservation
Hall of Fame Foundation was established
to encourage the growth and practice
of a conservation ethic as a legacy for
the people of the state.
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
Read the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame Foundation History.
Open seven days a week,
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Located in the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center
2419 North Point Drive – Stevens Point, Wisconsin
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