Lumberjack has a history of administering the Tri-County AIS Program. Originally it was Forest, Langlade & Lincoln. Today it's Forest, Langlade & Oconto. Pictured is John Preuss, the original AIS Coordinator.
There are so many opportunities to spread the word about Aquatic Invasive Species. Workshops, school field trips, lake groups, fairs, conferences, etc. We cover them all!
Lumberjack, County staff, DNR Staff & Volunteers all work together to help control the spread of Invasive species. Here a group are hand pulling Japanese Knotweed.
AIS Programming includes surveying and monitoring waterbodies. Monitoring is helped along by many citizen scientists who monitor in their own space and on their own time and report their findings.
Brad Steckart appears in an episode of Outdoor Wisconsin. He highlights aquatic invasive species. Click to view.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Surface Water Grants help provide funding to groups for programs such as AIS Snapshot Day and Clean Boats, Clean Waters. To learn more, visit the WDNR here.