DCIST wants to thank you for supporting invasive efforts

In 2019, DCIST and its partners achieved so much with your continued support!

  •   Offered training and outreach for invasive species identification and monitoring, participating in over 15 events
  • Invasive species/Phragmites ordinances now exist in ten towns & villages and the City of Sturgeon Bay. DCIST conducts outreach and education within these municipalities to ensure successful ordinance implementation.
  • Over 130 private landowners were personally reached through educational programs, presentations and outreach. Many more were educated through our mailings, website and local media.  
  • More than 138 boats were inspected with 227 boaters engaged by DCIST staff and partners through the Clean Boats, Clean Waters program aimed at stopping the spread of aquatic invasive species. 


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Door County Invasive Species Strategy 2018-2023

An Invasive Species strategic plan was created by DCIST and the Door County SWCD and approved by the Door County Land Conservation Committee (LCC) in September 2018.  The Plan outlines initiatives, strategies, and actions to achieve the mission of DCIST over the next five years.

Contact Us

The Door County Invasive Species Team

c/o The Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department
421 Nebraska Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920-746-5955 (message line)


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