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Landowner Incentive Program Helping private landowners protect rare plants and animals

The goal of the Landowner Incentive Program (LIP) is to help private landowners create and manage habitat for species that are rare or declining. The program provides management advice, assistance with management plans and cost-share funding to individuals and organizations on private lands - with a focus on the Driftless Area of Wisconsin.

Swamplovers property with pale purple coneflower

The Swamplovers Foundation property in Dane County that provides habitat for many of Wisconsin's at-risk species.

LIP will be accepting new proposals for work in the Driftless Area in early 2019. Please check back later for our Request for Proposals.

Private landowners and conservation

The biggest threat to plants and animals world-wide is loss or degradation of habitat. With more than 85% of Wisconsin’s landscape under private ownership, landowners play a key role in helping conserve the beauty and diversity of Wisconsin’s natural heritage for future generations. As a landowner, you can make a difference.

Would you be interested in:

If so, the Landowner Incentive Program can help.

Cost-share assistance

LIP is a cost-share program and DNR can reimburse a landowner for up to 75% of the cost for the on-the-ground practices that are involved in the management of the project. The landowner is required to contribute the matching percentage. Read our "frequently asked questions" to learn more.

Technical assistance

Technical assistance is available to Wisconsin landowners free of charge, and is not contingent on applying for or receiving a LIP cost-share grant. The LIP biologist can work with you over the phone, email, or possibly even meet with you on your property. Technical assistance can include:

A LIP field trip
Last revised: Monday December 03 2018