Wisconsin Historical Society Exhibit Coming to Global Water Center

Starting Monday, July 25th, the Wisconsin Historical Society’s new traveling exhibit, Great Lakes Small Streams: How Water Shapes Wisconsin, will be on display in the Global Water Center’s Meeusen Confluence Gallery. The exhibit explores our state’s long relationship with water and the impact we have had on our vast waterways. “The exhibit encourages guests to… Read More

WI Historical Society: Rediscover Your Past

How can the Wisconsin Historical Society’s records inform your company’s past, present, or future? Library & Archival Holdings The Society’s library and archives hold more than 3.8 million printed and microform North American volumes, 25,000 maps, 3 million historical images, and 110,000 cubic feet of archival materials. In a collection that large, you never know… Read More

Section of Lake Michigan Identified as Possible Marine Sanctuary

“The establishment of a federally managed marine sanctuary accomplishes something we all can agree on: a collaborative, locally led, public-private effort to protect our environment.” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) Wisconsin is once again at the forefront of water resource protection. For the first time since 2000, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced its… Read More

Doors Open Milwaukee 2015

On September 19, the Global Water Center welcomed the community for Doors Open Milwaukee 2015. For those who don’t know, Doors Open Milwaukee is an event that opens the doors to over 150 wonderful buildings free-of-charge to the public –buildings that hold hidden treasures and special stories – from churches to office buildings, theaters to work sites,… Read More

Around the Water Cooler Recap: Wisconsin Historical Society

Around the Water Cooler, which occurs on select Thursdays at the Global Water Center, is an  hour-long session that allows GWC tenants to share their mission and any current projects being worked on, and provides a platform for tenants to make an ask of other fellow tenants. Kristen Leffelman, Field Services Representative, Wisconsin Historical Society… Read More