WELCOME TO GLACIERLAND RC&D

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.

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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

NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

Aquatic Invasive Species Collaboration Event

 

Wednesday, October 27th 2021

5pm-7pm CDT

Woodland Dunes Nature Center

3000 Hawthorne Ave, Two Rivers, WI 54241

Join us for a gathering of aquatic invasive species management leaders and stakeholders as we share our successes and lessons learned over the past field season and plans for 2022. This event is free to attend and refreshments will be provided.

 

This event is for anyone interested in on going efforts to manage invasive species in Eastern Wisconsin. LISMA partners work in Kewaunee, Calumet, Fond du Lac & Manitowoc counties and we have invited leaders from other CISMA's to share the work they are doing in surrounding counties. Effective conservation requires collaboration at all levels and this event will help foster that collaboration between other conservation professionals and the public. Please share this announcement with anyone who may be interested.

 

The agenda for this event will include a talks on Purple Loosestrife Bio-Control Programs in the LISMA region, a Collaborative Phragmites Control Fund, and presentations from leaders from neighboring cooperative invasive species management areas about their successes, innovations and lessons learned from this field season.