NE WISCONSIN LAND TRUST: Gilson Creek Glades Protection Project

Purpose

The Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust is proposing to develop a Community Conservation Initiative focusing on the Gilson Creek watershed located in the northeast corner of Brown County. There are two components to the project: 1) A planning component, which consists of convening planning partners and creating a site conservation plan with community input. 2) A community partnership component, which consists of outreach to landowners, community members and potential financial partners to build the private-sector base needed for protecting critical land and water resources through resource management agreement, conservation easements and preserve acquisitions. A final report will be provided both in hard copy and electronic form. See application's project proposal for further details.

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RP-079-04
2003
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The Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust is proposing to develop a Community Conservation Initiative focusing on the Gilson Creek watershed located in the northeast corner of Brown County. There are two components to the project: 1) A planning component, which consists of convening planning partners and creating a site conservation plan with community input. 2) A community partnership component, which consists of outreach to landowners, community members and potential financial partners to build the private-sector base needed for protecting critical land and water resources through resource management agreement, conservation easements and preserve acquisitions.
Rivers Planning Grant
The Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust is proposing to develop a Community Conservation Initiative focusing on the Gilson Creek watershed located in the northeast corner of Brown County. There are two components to the project: 1) A planning component, which consists of convening planning partners and creating a site conservation plan with community input. 2) A community partnership component, which consists of outreach to landowners, community members and potential financial partners to build the private-sector base needed for protecting critical land and water resources through resource management agreement, conservation easements and preserve acquisitions.
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The Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust is proposing to develop a Community Conservation Initiative focusing on the Gilson Creek watershed located in the northeast corner of Brown County. There are two components to the project: 1) A planning component, which consists of convening planning partners and creating a site conservation plan with community input. 2) A community partnership component, which consists of outreach to landowners, community members and potential financial partners to build the private-sector base needed for protecting critical land and water resources through resource management agreement, conservation easements and preserve acquisitions.
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The Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust is proposing to develop a Community Conservation Initiative focusing on the Gilson Creek watershed located in the northeast corner of Brown County. There are two components to the project: 1) A planning component, which consists of convening planning partners and creating a site conservation plan with community input. 2) A community partnership component, which consists of outreach to landowners, community members and potential financial partners to build the private-sector base needed for protecting critical land and water resources through resource management agreement, conservation easements and preserve acquisitions.
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The Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust is proposing to develop a Community Conservation Initiative focusing on the Gilson Creek watershed located in the northeast corner of Brown County. There are two components to the project: 1) A planning component, which consists of convening planning partners and creating a site conservation plan with community input. 2) A community partnership component, which consists of outreach to landowners, community members and potential financial partners to build the private-sector base needed for protecting critical land and water resources through resource management agreement, conservation easements and preserve acquisitions.
 
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