2013-14 Partnership Program Projects

$100,000 were available to help support citizen-based monitoring initiatives in 2013. Successful proposals for the 2013-14 Partnership Program are listed below.
Mequon Nature Preserve CitSci.org Partnership
Mequon Nature Preserve

Prescott Area Water Stewards
Prescott High and Middle Schools

Plants of Concern Rare Plant Monitoring Program in the Southwest Savanna Ecological Landscape
Blue Mounds Area Project, Wisconsin DNR

Central Wisconsin Trout Unlimited River Keepers Stream Monitoring
Central Wisconsin Trout Unlimited River Keepers

Our Nocturnal Neighbors: Monitoring Door County’s Flying Squirrels
The Ridges Sanctuary

Climate Change and American Marten Resting Sites in Iron County
School District of Mercer

Innovative Citizen-Based Monitoring of Fish and Wildlife in the Milwaukee River Watershed
Ozaukee Fish Passage Program

Assessing Avian Management on State Natural Areas
Beaver Creek Reserve

Citizen and Student Invasive Plant Mapping, Monitoring and Control
West Central Wisconsin Invasive Plant Management Area

Backyard monitoring: Tracking foraging and survival of wintering birds in Wisconsin

Implementing a Volunteer-led long-term Citizen-based Invertebrate monitoring program at the Urban Ecology Center
Urban Ecology Center

Citizen-based Shoreline Monitoring Protocol Development and Implementation

Aquatic Invasive Species Early Detection Capabilities by Volunteers: Evaluation and Identification of Limiting Factors
North Lakeland Discovery Center

Paddle the Pearls: developing riverine citizen monitors for the Lake Superior region
Wisconsin DNR; UW-Extension

Bumble bee conservation in southern Wisconsin: Expanding a citizen-based monitoring program
University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum

Crawford Stewardship Partnership Water Stewardship Efforts
Crawford Stewardship Partnership

Northeast Wisconsin Invasive Species Corps
Wild Rivers Invasive Species Coalition

Erect and Monitor American Kestrel Nest Boxes in South Central Wisconsin
Madison Audubon Society

Long-term citizen based monitoring of biological, hydrologic and climatic variables in the Whittlesey Creek flowage and associated wetlands
Northland College

Wisconsin Worm Watch and WHIP!
Wisconsin DNR

Lake Level Trends in Northern Wisconsin: Ensuring Data Quality and Data Management in a Long-term Citizen Science Monitoring Program
North Lakeland Discovery Center

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