Sustainable Resources for

Vibrant Communities.

LUMBERJACK

RESOURCE CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, INC.


Serving Florence, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Menominee, Oconto,

Oneida, Shawano & Vilas Counties in Northeast Wisconsin, U.S.A.

Mission - Lumberjack RC&D Council, Inc., a multi-county, nonprofit in Northeastern WI, strives to enhance area natural resources, promote a higher standard of living and improve the quality of life for area citizens by fostering partnerships between public and private sectors and strategically investing in area natural resources.

JANUARY 26, 2017 - ​QUARTERLY COUNCIL MEETING - Langlade County -Quinn's Banquet Hall,  N5298 Hwy A    Deerbrook, WI

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Recently Lumberjack was approved as a Circle of Diamonds Member of the National Association of RC&D’s. In order to qualify for this honor, local RC&D’s must meet stringent organizational requirements. We’re proud to announce that Lumberjack was awarded this distinction again this year.


HELP US keep funding great conservation projects.  Your donations are tax-deductible and can be earmarked for a project that is special to you!

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FIA

WI CFI

Learn about the Forest Inventory Analysis (FIA) and why it's important..

Partnership is a two-way street..  Learn how Lumberjack helps build community through our fiscal partnerships.

Fiscal Partners

LUMBERJACK HISTORY

How we got here...

Take a tour of community and conservation projects sponsored by Lumberjack.

Lumberjack Sponsored Projects

Nothing

is more important

than OUr NATURAL RESOURCES!

Lumberjack Governance

Learn about the Wisconsin Continuous Forest Inventory (WI CFI) and why it's important.

Lumberjack RC&D has been contracting with the US Forest Service and the WI Department of Natural Resources for more than 15 years to perform Forest Inventory in Wisconsin. 

FOREST INVENTORY:

RESOURCES & LINKS:

More than 40 years strong!

Council Members can stay up-to-date with the latest Council Meeting Documents and learn more by reviewing Lumberjack Governing Documents.  New Members Click Here.