2016-17 Partnership Program Projects

$100,000 in funding was available to help support citizen-based monitoring initiatives in 2016-17. Successful Partnership Program proposals are listed below.
Lake Level Trends in Northern Wisconsin: Engaging Citizen Scientists in a Long-term Monitoring Program
North Lakeland Discovery Center
Project W.O.W. (the War on Weeds): Tracking invasive plants across Wisconsin's Northwoods
Wisconsin Headwaters Invasives Partnership
Mobile Surveys & Roost Monitors: Training the Next Generation of Bat Enthusiasts
Joel Knutson
CWTU Riverkeepers Stream Monitoring Program
Central Wisconsin Trout Unlimited
Menomonie Middle School Jarrett Creek Scientific Study
Menomonie Middle School
Christmas Bird Count for Kids
Beaver Creek Reserve
Building Relationships in the Big Eau Pleine Watershed through WAV Programming
Citizen Monitoring of Invasive Plants on Major Roads
Southwest Badger RC&D
Coordinating Citizen-based Monitoring for the 10 Mississippi River Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative Kickapoo Priority Sub-watersheds
Valley Stewardship Network
Expanding Citizen Based Monitoring Partnerships in the Upper Sugar River Watershed
Upper Sugar River Watershed Association
Citizen-based monitoring informs bumble bee conservation in urban and rural southern Wisconsin
Clean Lakes Alliance Yahara Lakes Water Quality Monitoring
Clean Lakes Alliance
American Kestrel Box Installation and Monitoring in Ozaukee County
Ozaukee County Planning & Parks Department
Riveredge Frog, Toad & Turtle Citizen Monitoring Program
Riveredge Nature Center
Expanding the Milwaukee County Parks Citizen-based Wetland Program
Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture
Waukesha Fox River Bat House Monitoring
Waukesha Fox River Conservation Group
Discover Racine/Racine in Bloom
Recruiting Volunteers for the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II
Wisconsin Society for Ornithology
Aquatic Invasive Species Bridge Snapshot Day Continuation and Expansion
River Alliance of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Rare Plant Monitoring Program Coordination
Increasing the Exposure to Citizen Science within the Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program
Expanding Volunteer Engagement in Statewide Freshwater Mussel Monitoring
Assessing data quality for Snapshot Wisconsin
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