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Mission Statement

The mission of the LISMA is to educate the public and protect biodiversity and ecological function throughout this region, contributing to a high quality of life for present and future generations.

Strategic Plan and Work Plan

LISMA Strategic Plan 2015-2019f

LISMA Work Plan 2015-2019

Goals and Objectives

Ÿ  LISMA will be able to cross boundaries throughout the Lakeshore

Ÿ  LISMA will allow partners to share and leverage limited resources

Ÿ  LISMA will be highly visible, building community awareness and participation

Ÿ  LISMA will encourage and improve control efforts

Ÿ  LISMA will provide an early detection and rapid response network

Ÿ  LISMA will help secure funding

Core Steering Committee

Ÿ  Tom Ward: AIS Coordinator in Manitowoc and Kewaunee Counties

Ÿ  Jim Kettler and staff: Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership

Ÿ  Jim Knickelbine and staff: Woodland Dunes Nature Center

Ÿ  Diane Schauer: AIS Coordinator in Calumet County

Ÿ  Connie Ramthun: Native Landscaper in Fond Du Lac County

Paul Klein: Fond Du Lac County Parks Supervisor

Chuck Wagner: Kewaunee County Board

 

 

 

 

 

Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership, Inc.                 Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve               Calumet County Resource Management Department

Manitowoc County Lakes Association

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