Sponsored by: Lumberjack Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc.

MISSION STATEMENT

We, the Wisconsin Headwaters Invasive Partnership (WHIP), in recognition of

existing and potential impacts of invasive species will pool available resources

to foster public awareness and to implement programs to control and

manage these species.

Connect with us on Facebook and help us WHIP invasives in the Northwoods.


But, some invasives are so pretty!

Why would I want to get rid of them?

These invasive species are not native to our area. The introduction of them has created a negative impact on our ecosystem.

With their fast rate of growth and their ability to reproduce prolifically; they are able to over-take and eliminate many of our native species;

impacting our wildlife habitat, recreational areas, and our local economy.

Go to our "links" and "invasives" pages to find out more information

JAPANESE BARBERRY OVERTAKING A NATURAL SETTING

 

WHAT LAND OWNERS CAN DO: