We welcome Laurie Miskimins as our new Director of the Conservation, Planning & Zoning (CPZ) Department in Marathon County. She joins us from Colorado with over 10 years of experience in planning, policy development, and project delivery in federal land settings. (And she’s been to 160 of the 422 National Parks!)
Learn about some of the great work her CPZ team is doing throughout the County, and get to know more about Laurie in the full article… (Click the title for details.)
CPZ Director Rebecca Frisch provides insights into the top-5 questions people ask the Marathon County Conservation, Planning, & Zoning Department. Get insightful answers to 5 questions about their mapping app available to the public, protecting our waters from pollution, Town vs. County zoning options, and more in the full article . . .
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The Eau Pleine Partnership for Integrated Conservation (EPPIC) is an up-and-coming community partnership based in Western Marathon County with the goal of promoting beneficial soil and water conservation practices to landowners — whether they are farmers, shoreland owners, or suburban homeowners — to create more environmentally resilient communities in Marathon County. (Click the title for details.)
See how the CPZ and area farmers are working together in creative new ways to reduce phosphorous levels in our local watersheds. (Click title to read more…)