The Langlade County Conservation Department has programs targeted to conserve and protect our natural resources. Programs include:
- Animal Waste Ordinance
- Farmland Preservation
- Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Program
- Conservation Cost-sharing Programs
- Managed Grazing Assistance
- Nutrient Management Program
- Wildlife Damage Abatement and Claims
- Invasive Species Control and Prevention
- Pollinator Habitat and Health
- Lake Health and Shoreland Restoration
- Information and Education
- Nutrient Management Planning - SNAP Plus
- Restriction maps - Manure Management Advisory System's mapping
2020-2029 Work Plan Goals:
Goal 1: Protect and improve surface and groundwater.
Goal 2: Mitigate invasive species impacts.
Goal 3: Promote working forests and farms.
Goal 4: Promote stewardship of the land and water through public education.
Goal 5: Protect public health from unwanted chemical waste.
Goal 6: Improve forest silviculture for multiple uses.
Goal 7: Manage wildlife conflicts.
This plan has been adopted by Langlade County and it guides the following programs and ordinances that are used to achieve these goals. View the plan here: Land & Water Resource Management (LWRM) Plan (pdf)
|Contact:||Molly McKay - Land Conservationist
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|Mailing Address:||Resource Center
837 Clermont Street
Antigo, WI 54409
|Physical Address:||837 Clermont Street, Antigo, WI 54409
|Hours:||Monday - Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm|