- 2009 Wisconsin Closure Protocol Study (1.9MB)
- 2007 Field Trip Guide Book (Friday) (1.2MB)
- 2007 Field Trip Guide Book (Saturday) (4.6MB)
As a diverse group of people, we use education and coordination to support local community efforts to maintain or improve the health of our natural resources. We do this by fostering partnerships, providing funding, promoting a forum for discussion and supporting activities advocating a balance between land use and natural resource management, conservation and protection.
Want to see how federal stimulus funds related to water are processed and how you can find opportunities? Check out our new Wisconsin-specific Stimulus Funds page here! Download the "Water Infrastructure Funding in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009" PDF here! Also check out http://www.recovery.gov/ for Federal information and http://www.recovery.wi.gov/ for state information!
This is a good starting point for information and links regarding Wisconsin (in general), state agencies, the legislature, court system, tourism information, education, on-line directory, local governments, federal government, and the Governor's office. It also includes links to University of Wisconsin campuses.
Visit this site to obtain information and downloadable guidance and regulations regarding the following DNR programs: air, environmental cleanup, financial assistance, basins/geographic management units (GMUs), land, law enforcement, performance partnership agreement with the United States Environmental Protection Agency, regulation and licensing, waste, and water.
This site includes information about the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (WGNHS), publications (including on-line Geoscience Wisconsin), sample state maps, and links to other earth science sites.
The Division of Environmental and Regulatory Resources (ERS) has information on and links to the Petroleum Environmental Cleanup Fund Administration (PECFA), Bureau of Storage Tank Regulation, Bureau of Retail Petroleum Services, Storage Tank Database, Staff Contact Information, COMM 10 forms, and COMM 10 Program letters, and the Brownfields Initiative (including the Brownfields Location Information System).
(Microbiological information and references; database of complete degradation pathways for 92 organic compounds)