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Five resolutions were adopted at our March 17, 2017 business meeting: 

Resolutions to be considered at our March 16, 2018 business meeting must be received at the WI Land+Water office by December 31, 2017. Please email as a Word document to Chris Schlutt.

Per the Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Association bylaws, there is one annual meeting of the association held each fiscal year.  One purpose of the annual meeting is to vote on issues or resolutions, and a quorum is required.  A quorum consists of at least one representative being present from a majority of Member Counties.  A resolution is a formal expression of opinion or intention agreed on by a legislative body, committee or other formal meeting, typically after taking a vote.  

Per the WI Land+Water Bylaws, no resolution or other action item may be considered at an annual meeting unless it has been approved by an Area Association and forwarded to the Board of Directors; or it was originated and approved by the Board of Directors; or it has been accepted for consideration by two-thirds (2/3) of the floor votes from members counties present. Any votes that occur at the annual meeting allows for two votes per member county, including one vote representing LCC members and one vote representing county conservation staff. No proxy voting is allowed. A conservation staff person and an LCC Member must be present to cast the respective vote from each county.

Resolutions #1 and #3 were adopted at our annual business meeting on March 4, 2016; Resolution #2 was defeated. View the final Resolutions.

#1 IN SUPPORT OF HAVING THE STATE LEGISLATURE ENACT MEANINGFUL GROUNDWATER PROTECTION LEGISLATION

#2 WISCONSIN LAND+WATER CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION RECOMMENDS STATE LEGISLATORS REVIEW CHAPTER 90 OF THE WISCONSIN STATUTES REGARDING FENCING

#3 REGARDING THE FUTURE DIRECTION IN SUPPORT OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES THAT FOCUS ON UNDERSTANDING, PREVENTING, AND RECOVERING FROM POLLINATOR LOSSES

Please follow these guidelines from Robert’s Rules of Order when writing resolutions:  On Writing Resolutions

For past resolutions, please contact the WI Land+Water office.