Register now for AIS Snapshot Day 2020!

August 15th 9 AM - 12 PM

Snapshot Day is a statewide, one-day event that connects volunteers, water lovers, and local groups in a search for aquatic invasive species (AIS). You can help protect Wisconsin's rivers and lakes from these invasive plants and animals that negatively impact habitat, wildlife, recreation and health. This event is coordinated in partnership with Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, UW Extension, over 20 partners, and YOU!

*Safety first: The event will be modified this year due to COVID-19 concerns. Wear your mask, maintain social distancing, and attend with members of your household.


Step 1: Prior to the event, all volunteers will participate in a virtual training hosted by River Alliance. The training is scheduled for August 6th at 11 am but the recording can be viewed anytime before the event.


Step 2: On Snapshot Day, August 15, 2020, participants will be ready to venture to selected monitoring sites to get to know their waters and help to discover any aquatic invasive species. This is a free event that is recommended for ages 8 and up; minors must be accompanied by an adult

Glacierland will be leading the Manitowoc County Snapshot Day, but there are sites in counties across Wisconsin. For more information on the event click here


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.


Glacierland RC&D is hosting a webinar about the aquatic invasive species (AIS) control project in Ozaukee county. Ozaukee county landowners and others interested in learning more about the efforts to control non-native Phragmites and Japanese Knotweed are encouraged to participate.  

Ozaukee County Aquatic Invasive Species Program Webinar

August 12th  6:00 - 7:30 PM.

Registration is required.  Register Here: AIS Webinar

The webinar will demonstrate the AIS mapping data, discuss necessary landowner permissions, and explain the treatment plan.  In addition, participants will learn about Glacierland RC&D and its rotational grazing program.

Learn more on our Events Page.

Questions?  Contact: Jake Divine, Invasive Species Coordinator 906-284-0533 or

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