CWIP collaborates with the
Invasive Plants Association of Wisconsin (IPAW) &
The Wisconsin First Detector Network (WIFDN)
CWIP projects are funded in part by the Wisconsin DNR, Ruffed Grouse Society, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
The fight against invasive species will not be successful unless we all work together.
What's a partner?
Our partners are agencies, non-profits, businesses, landowners, and citizen scientists who share our vision of slowing the spread of harmful invasives in Central Wisconsin.
What can partners do?
Whether it's helping spread the message, sharing tools with other partners, or adding to our mapping data, partners give what they can and together our work can make a difference.
What's a member?
Our members are partner organizations, departments, and governing bodies who support our mission and formally sign onto our Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). Securing formal members helps CWIP gain publicity and grant funding! If your organization is interested in formal membership, please email us.
We hope you will join us!
CWIP Members Include:
Our Steering Committee Members are:
Kason Morley - Adams County
Paul Gunderson - Green Lake County
Dustin Ladd - Juneau County
Pat Kilbey - Marquette County
Pete Arntsen - Portage County
Ed Hernandez - Waushara County
Shane Wucherpfennig - Wood County
Eric Olson - At-Large (Extension Lakes)
Chris Radford - At-Large (North Central Conservancy Trust)
Reesa Evans - At-Large (Central WI Nature Foundation)
Travis Hofer - At-Large (Wood County Highway Dept)
Hannah Butkiewicz - Golden Sands RC&D Fiscal Sponsor