2014-15 Partnership Program Projects

$100,000 were available to help support citizen-based monitoring initiatives in 2014-2015. Successful Partnership Program proposals are listed below.
Statewide Bridge Snapshot Day for Aquatic Invasive Species
River Alliance of Wisconsin

Central Wisconsin Trout Unlimited River Keepers
Central Wisconsin Trout Unlimited

Implementing a Citizen-based Wetland Monitoring Program in the Milwaukee County Park System to Document the Presence and Distribution of Sensitive Wildlife Populations
Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation & Culture

Adopt a Spot Invasives Monitoring Program
Wild Rivers Invasive Species Coalition

Chippewa Valley Bat Stewards
Beaver Creek Reserve

Monitoring of Fish and Wildlife in Conjunction with Large-Scale Habitat Restoration in Ozaukee County
Ozaukee County Planning & Parks Department

Growing Citizen-Based Monitoring in Sheboygan County
UW-Extension Natural Resources Education Program

Snapshot Wisconsin: Integrating Camera Traps and Citizen Science to Improve Wildlife Monitoring
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wildlife and Forestry Research Section

Wisconsin Worm Watch
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Wisconsin Rare Plant Monitoring Program Website Development
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Creating Citizen Science Based Plant Phenology Trails at Riveredge Nature Center
Riveredge Nature Center

Project W.O.W.: The War On Weeds! Tackling Invasive Species with Education, Technology, and Citizen Smarts in Wisconsin's Northwoods
Wisconsin Headwaters Invasives Partnership (WHIP)

Clean Lakes Alliance Citizen Water Quality Monitoring Year 2 Pilot
Clean Lakes Alliance

Stream Monitoring of the 10 Mile Creek Watershed
Brian Hamm

Increasing Common Loon Productivity through Artificial Nesting Platforms on the Manitowish Waters Chain of Lakes
North Lakeland Discovery Center

Backyard Monitoring: Tracking Foraging and Survival of Wintering Birds in Risky Landscapes
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Valley Stewardship Network and Kickapoo Valley Reserve Master Naturalist Monitoring Project
Valley Stewardship Network

Town of Crescent Citizen Monitoring of Northwoods Bat Populations
Town of Crescent

Developing a Rapid Assessment Protocol to Detect Freshwater Mussel Species in Wadable Water Bodies in Northeastern Wisconsin, USA
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Improving Lake Management through Citizen-based Automated Water Temperature Monitoring
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

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