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
Noel Cutright and Leroy Lintereur are 2016 Inductees
The Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame (WCHF) will celebrate its 32nd Induction Ceremony by honoring one citizen advocate and one public servant with induction into the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame this year – both have left indelible marks on the Wisconsin environment.
The public is invited to join us for the tributes to the inductees at 10 a.m. on April 30, 2016, at Sentry Theater, located at:
Sentry Insurance Headquarters
1800 North Point Drive
Steven Point, WI 54481 ~ Get Directions / View Map
A 9 a.m. coffee will precede the program. A luncheon at noon at the High Court Restaurant in the Sentury World Sports Building concludes the day’s activities. Luncheon reservations cost $25 and can be made by calling 715-346-4992, the telephone number for the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitors Center, where the Conservation Hall of Fame is located. For more information about this year’s celebration and induction.
News & Press Releases
Hall of Fame News 2016 | Noel Cutright and Leroy Lintereur are 2016 Inductees
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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