An Introduction to the Shoreline Stabilization Outreach Project | December 15, 2021
This webinar will discuss the process and participants involved with creating the publication as well as the background leading up to its development.
How Did We Get Here? A Historical Review of Conservation Programs
Perry Lindquist and Dan Masterpole, each with nearly 40 years in the field, provide an overview of conservation work across state and the decades.
Building Knowledge and Sharing Experiences
Annually, WI Land+Water, along with members of the State Interagency Training Committee (SITCOM), identify educational needs and collaborate to provide trainings.
Our conservation professionals are essential to achieving a future where our natural resources are valued and protected by informed, empowered communities advancing conservation at the local level.
For that reason, that we play a central role in working with partners to develop and sustain a consistent and effective approach to conservation training in Wisconsin.
Learn more about how we work with partners to identify and coordinate trainings, view upcoming training and professional development opportunities, or watch pre-recorded training webinars.
State Interagency Training Committee (SITCOM)
SITCOM is a partnership effort with a mission to maintain and strengthen a statewide team of well-trained conservation professionals that carry on Wisconsin's rich history of conserving soil and water resources through a coordinated and efficient partnership.Learn More
We work with agency and private partners to ensure all conservation staff have ample opportunities to attend trainings necessary for successful conservation programs. View the calendar for information on upcoming trainings.
On Demand Webinars
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