Lakeshore Invasive Species Management Area
The Lakeshore Invasive Species Management Area (LISMA) is a broad-based coalition that promotes efficient and effective management of invasive plant and animal species throughout the four county region of Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Calumet, and Fond du Lac counties. The mission of LISMA is to educate the public and protect biodiversity and ecological function throughout the region. LISMA provides the opportunity for partners to share and leverage limited resources, raise awareness about invasive species problems, and collaboratively reduce the impact of invasive species on both public and private lands.
Glacierland RC&D serves as administrative coordinator for LISMA through grant funding from the USDA Forest Service
LISMA Partnership Goals
Raising public awareness about invasive species in the LISMA region
Prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species through early detection and rapid response
Address known populations of invasive species utilizing Integrated Invasive Species Management methods where appropriate
Consider invasive species during restoration projects
Continually work to enhance collaboration among all stakeholders involved with LISMA
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If you are interested in joining the LISMA Partnership or would like more information, you can contact the LISMA Coordinator here.
Bay-Lake RPC Seeking Environmental Planner
The Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission is currently seeking a full-time Environmental Planner. This position will work closely with local communities and Bay-Lake RPC staff members to create planning documents for a variety of natural resource-related projects, including coastal resiliency, outdoor recreation, water trail, and restoration planning work. The position will remain open until filled.