Land & Water Management

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The National 31st Annual National No-Tillage Conference is January 10 – 13 in St Louis, Missouri.

One of the hot topics will be trying to successfully grow crops with glyphosate weed resistant weeds.  A main speaker at the conference will be independent agronomist Dr. Jim Stute from East Troy, Wisconsin.  This farm location is approximately 34 miles southwest from Milwaukee, WI to give one a geographical perspective of location.

Below are some YouTube video links to learn more about his farm. 


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Ozaukee Dirt Newsletter

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Quick Links to Information

Cooperative Programs

Discover more specific information about various cooperative programs.
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Cost Share Programs

Read about various national and federal programs aimed at helping land owners, conservation, and wildlife management.  Link to page

Regulatory Programs

Browse through the regulatory programs offered by the land and water management department.  Link to page

Contractor List (Plumbers)

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Friends of the Cedarburg Bog

The Cedarburg Bog was designated a State Natural Area in 1952: it was the second property in the state added to this program. It is currently owned primarily by the DNR and the University of Wisconsin, with some private inholdings.
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Non-Metallic Mining

Find basic permits, regulatory plans, and basic information about non-metallic mining here. Link to page

Shoreline Stability

View information on shoreline stability, erosion, and find helpful resources.
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Ulao Creek

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Flood Protection

Learn how to take action in protecting your family, property, and self from floods.

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Shoreland Zoning Permit Application

permit applications
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WI DNR Waterway and Wetland Complaint

To file an anonymous complaint with the Waterways Program simply click this link .  A person may also call the DNR Tip Hotline, 1-800-TIP-WDNR (1-800-847-9367).