LCIP Featured Photos

 

35 Students and 1,520 pounds of GM
2017 Birch Creek SNA Event with Durand HS 1,520lbs of Garlic Mustard pulled!
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2017 Lakeside Park Project with Andersen Windows Corporation
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2017 Colfax High School Environmental Study Area 4th Annual Event
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2017 Purple Loosestrife Work Event on the Lower Chippewa River
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2017 LCIP Invasive Tour
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2017 Roadside Invasive Tour
3M Earth Day April 2017
2017 3M Earth Day Seminar
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2017 Annual Meeting
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Durand High School students pulling Garlic Mustard in May at Birch Creek SNA
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First Annual LCIP meeting held at the Dunn County Community Services Building in March
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Results from a few hours of pulling = 1,320 lbs of Garlic Mustard disposed of!
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Anderson Window Corporation Event at Wakanda Park in Menomonie where they cleared over an acre of buckthorn and honeysuckle adjacent to the baseball fields.
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Mary Gales Project that LCIP started controlling Amur Cork Tree!
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Invasive Tour 2016 where LCIP looked at 18 different invasive plants in a 30 mile loop.
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2016 Wisconsin Invasive Species Crusader Awards- LCIP won one of three CISMA awards!
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2016 Amur Cork Tree Map used to send out 1,200 landowner letters/factsheet to make them aware of the newly found prohibited species
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Wild Chervil Map of Dunn County and Township levels for assisting efforts to control this rapidly spreading plant
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2016 Wild Chervil Mapping Project with Tim Jackson (Dunn Cty Natural Resources Intern) and LCIP Board Members
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