Wisconsin’s five Resource Conservation & Development Councils are independent, not-for-profit organizations that share a common goal: Encouraging economic development while protecting and conserving land, water, and related resources to assure the quality of the natural resource base for future generations.
Generally, projects are administered at the local level. Each of the five RC&D councils serves a defined geographic, but the boundaries can vary based on project needs. For more details or to get started on your project, click on the links above or below to contact the RC&D location nearest to you.
To learn more about the Wisconsin Association of Resource Conservation & Development, see our Frequently Asked Questions.
VISIT YOUR LOCAL RC&D
The majority of the work we do is carried out at the local level. Click on the links below to visit the website of the RC&D serving your area.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US
"I learned lots of things during your
presentation....its not just animals who cause invasive plants to spread, it's also people."
-- 5th grade student
"The work that Golden Sands RC&D has performed in Waupaca County …has been crucial in helping the (Land & Water Conservation Dept.) to re-establish its goals of improving water resources within the county." -- Brian Haase, County Conservationist, Waupaca County