Glacierland RC&D is a nonprofit, grass-roots organization that is committed to wise use and conservation of our natural resources and human resources. We promote sustainability on all levels – environmental, social and economic. This is accomplished by bringing together various agencies, organizations and people to work on projects addressing issues of sustainability in northeast Wisconsin.


We at Glacierland are working very hard to ensure the long-term well being of our area resources, whether environmental, economic or social. We invite you explore our website and learn about what we are doing to promote a sustainable way of life for our area residents.

What People Say About Us

"The Woodland Owners Conference encouraged me to get more actively involved in managing my woodlands."

- Conference attendee

"Glacierland RC&D has been a valuable partner in Sheboygan County's goal to control and prevent aquatic invasive species. Without their help, unfortunately, not nearly as much focus would be placed on this issue."

- Aaron Brault, Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Dept.

"Glacierland provides education, information and services on a variety of environmental issues that truly benefit the citizens of our area."  

- Kewaunee County resident

Conservation Connections: 

Using CSP to enhance conservation on grazing farms in Wisconsin

Wed. March 10, 2021: 12:30 - 1:30 PM CST with time after for Q&A


Are you a grazier interested in accessing NRCS resources to enhance conservation activities on your agricultural operation? Join us for an informational webinar on support from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), with a particular focus on funding opportunities through the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP). NRCS Staff will explain CSP & conservation enhancements applicable to grazing farms.  Wisconsin farmers will share their NRCS program experience along a team of experts to answer questions and connect you with resources.


Beginning farmers interested in grazing resources are welcome to attend as well as experienced grazers. Webinar will be recorded and link sent to registrants.


JOB ANNOUNCEMENT- Invasive Species Management Intern

Glacierland RC&D is seeking up to eight invasive species management interns for a limited-term position for the summer of 2021. This position will include a diverse work experience where interns will operate on a rotating schedule of invasive species mapping, control, and outreach duties. The primary duties of this position will be mapping and data entry for target invasive species within the Kettle Moraine State Forest Northern Unit, conducting invasive species treatments with a Stantec Consulting Services Inc. ecosystem restoration crew, including application of aquatic-approved herbicides in Manitowoc, Sheboygan, and Ozaukee counties, and implementing a Clean Boats Clean Waters Program in Manitowoc & Kewaunee counties by conducting boat inspections at local boat landings to educate the public about preventing aquatic invasive species, and collecting and submitting data boater survey information to the Wisconsin DNR. This position is dependent on funding from the USDA Forest Service and the Wisconsin DNR and is anticipated to begin April 26th, 2021 and run through September 6th, 2021.

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P.O. Box 11203, Green Bay, WI 54307

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