Currently, fifteen formal Partner groups have pledged their voluntary participation in WHIP, including governmental agencies, civic groups, tribal entities, and environmental schools. Recognizing the importance of cooperation and the awareness that invasive species must be managed across jurisdictional borders, these Partners have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to show their support for our shared mission. The MOU is renewed every 5 years. WHIP also collaborates with many informal partners including educators, volunteers, and other interested groups.
Formal Partners: (click on each title to be taken to partner websites and/or resources)
United States Forest Service, Chequamegon – Nicolet National Forest
Natural Resources Conservation Service
Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Wisconsin Board of Commissioners of Public Lands
The Nature Conservancy, Wisconsin Chapter
Lumberjack Resource Conservation and Development Council, Inc.
Partners in Forestry Co-op
Trees for Tomorrow Natural Resources Specialty School
Northwoods Land Trust
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
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