The Langlade County Conservation Department was created on December 11th 1990 to administer and operate local conservation
programs. Since that time, the Department has been involved in many programs targeted at conserving and protecting our natural resources. Current project areas include:
- Farmland Preservation
- Nutrient Management
- Manure Storage Ordinance
- Conservation Cost-sharing Programs
- Information & Education Programs
- Hazardous Waste Disposal
- Wildlife Damage Abatement and Claims
- Invasive Species Control and Prevention
- Pollinator Habitat and Health
- Surface & Groundwater Health
Conservation Goals & Priorities
Langlade County’s Land and Water Resource Management (LWRM) Plan drives the work conducted within the Land Conservation Office. This plan was thoughtfully assembled with input from the general public, Land Conservation Committee, Department Staff, and outside natural resource and planning professionals. The LWRM Plan outlines our local comprehensive strategy for the implementation of soil and water conservation in Langlade County from 2020-2029.
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.
|Contact:||Chris Arrowood - 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:||General Operation: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Walk-In Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Appointments are always recommended. Urgent concerns may be directed to the Langlade County Land Records & Regulations Office.