FLOW AIS Newsletter October 2023 (posted October 23, 2023)
Just in time for fall! the FLOW AIS Newsletter October 2023! 
September 2023 DATCP report (posted September 6, 2023)
The DATCP report for September. Enjoy! 
FLOW AIS Newsletter July 2023 (posted August 1, 2023)
Hot off the press! the FLOW AIS Newsletter July 2023! 
August 2023 DATCP report (posted July 31, 2023)
The DATCP report for August. Enjoy! 
July 2023 DATCP Report (posted July 18, 2023)
The DATCP Report for July 2023.
July 2023 AG Newsletter (posted July 10, 2023)
The latest ag extension newsletter for Langlade, Marinette, Oconto, and Shawano Counties is available online.
New Website for Private Forest Landowners (posted June 15, 2023)
Lumberjack RC&D and its partner groups (Timberland Invasives Partnership, Wisconsin Headwaters Invasives Partnership, and Wisconsin Young Forest Partnership) are proud to announce the launch of a new website www.yourforests.com! Funded through a Landscape Scale Restoration grant from the USFS, this site is meant to provide information to private forest landowners across the Lumberjack region seeking to improve, protect, or restore their land.
The website also includes information about the grant’s goals, workshops, and future events. One exciting aspect is that landowners can also view photos, video and descriptions of demonstration sites which show examples of restoration work in progress. Landowners interested in partnering to implement conservation practices on their own land should visit www.yourforests.com to determine their eligibility and who to contact for more information.
Keep an eye out, as we have also recently published our billboard campaign, with three locations (Hwy 51 Merrill, Hwy 17 at Cherokee Ln in Rhinelander, Crandon, and Antigo) showing messages of protecting forests and reducing invasive species. All our media pieces will drive traffic to this new site at www.yourforests.com where we can engage further. Please share! 
DATCP Report for June 2023 (posted June 6, 2023)
Happy June! I’ve attached the DATCP report for your reading pleasure. It is a lengthy one this month! Please reach out if you have any questions or need more information on anything.
May 2023 DATCP Report (posted May 8, 2023)
Good morning,
Hot of the presses! It is the DATCP Report for May.
Please reach out if you have any questions on any of the items.
ARPA Well Compensation and Well Abandonment Grants (posted April 28, 2023)
Click here to view announcement
DATCP Report April 2023 (posted April 10, 2023)
The monthly report for DATCP is attached. Included in this month’s report is an updated organizational chart for the Land & Water Resources Bureau.
March 2023 DATCP Report (posted March 6, 2023)
2023 Conservationist's Report (posted February 14, 2023)
Follow-Up on 2022 Goals & Projects, 2022 Selected Highlights, and 2023 Goals.
February 2023 AG Newsletter (posted February 9, 2023)
The latest ag extension newsletter for Langlade, Marinette, Oconto, and Shawano Counties is available online.
February DATCP Monthly Report (posted February 3, 2023)
The DATCP report for February 2023.
FY22 NRCS Wisconsin Annual Report & Success Stories (posted January 13, 2023)
In the 2022 Annual Report, you will see snapshots of our approach in getting conservation practices on the ground to use our land productively. You’ll learn about conservation results and highlights of the work we do, which is strongly focused on meeting Farm Bill responsibilities.

In the 2022 Success Story Highlights, you’ll meet farmers and landowners from across the state who partner to implement conservation. These NRCS customers are investing in their operations and local communities to provide food, fiber and energy, creating a more sustainable future for all of us.
January 2023 DATCP Report (posted January 12, 2023)
The DATCP Report for January 2023.
DNR's ARPA Well Compensation Program, A Limited Opportunity (posted January 12, 2023)
Langlade County would like our citizens to be aware of the limited time opportunity to receive financial assistance from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to address well compensation or abandonment due to contamination.