Conservation That Works!

Fiscal Sponsorships

Lumberjack RC&D Council, Inc. recognizes the importance of stopping the spread of invasive species.  We have made a commitment to helping fund groups with the same goal.  Lumberjack is the  Fiscal Sponsor for area Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas (CISMAs).  These groups work under State and Federal grants and Lumberjack  helps by providing consulting and administrative management services. We have also made a commitment to wildlife conservation by becoming the fiscal agent for Wisconsin Young Forest Partnership. Lumberjack realizes the benefit of helping grass-roots organizations maintain and thrive.

WHIP - Wisconsin Headwaters Invasives Partnership is a CISMA serving Oneida & Vilas Counties in Northern Wisconsin.  WHIP partners with multiple agencies to identify, monitor,  manage and help prevent the spread of invasive species.  Contact Rosie Page, WHIP Coordinator for more information about educational opportunities near you.                               


WRISC - Wild Rivers Invasive Species Coalition is a CISMA serving five counties; three in WI and two in the UP of MI.  While we are not a fiscal sponsor for WRISC, we are an MOU Partner and work closely with them.  Contact Lindsay Peterson, WRISC Coordinator at wildirverscwma@gmail.com or  by telephone to 906-774-1550x102.                             

(Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas)

CISMAs

TIP - Timberland Invasives Partnership is a CISMA serving the lands and waters in Langlade, Menominee, Oconto, and Shawano Counties in Northeastern Wisconsin.  TIP is a partnership between Federal, Tribal, State, and local government organizations that work together across jurisdictional boundaries to eliminate invasive species.  Contact the TIP Coordinator Alix Bjorklund at 715-799-5710 x3.


WYFP - Wisconsin Young Forest Partnership is a consortium of conservation-minded groups working to build young forests on suitable public and private lands in Northern Wisconsin. Young forests provide habitat for some declining bird populations such as American Woodcock and the Golden-Winged Warbler. Contact Randee Smith, WYFP Coordinator at wiyoungforest@gmail.com or by telephone 715-966-5160.                             

LUMBERJACK

RESOURCE CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, INC.


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

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