For the betterment of all, FLOW (Forest, Langlade & Oconto Waterways) AIS Program works toward improving aquatic ecosystems through Aquatic Invasive Species prevention, education, public outreach, and waterbody monitoring in Forest, Langlade & Oconto Counties in Northeast Wisconsin.
Inspiring passion today for better aquatic communities tomorrow.
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!
Interested? Contact FLOW
Above shows a stream education day partnered with the Langlade County Waterways Association for the Antigo Boys and Girls Club
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 (Right) the original AIS Coordinator. Left is Derek Thorn the FLOW AIS Coordinator
Find out what are some common invasive species in Wisconsin
List of quarterly newsletters
See the organizations FLOW works with along with links to their pages
Links to aquatic based natural resource programs
Links to helpful nature guides
FLOW Coverage Area to Left in Blue