Waupaca County Land and Water Conservation Office
Waupaca County Land and Water Conservation Department
The Waupaca County Land and Water Conservation Department was established in 1982. The committee of jurisdiction is a seven-member Land and Water Conservation Committee. There are six Waupaca County Board members and one USDA-FSA County Committee member. The Department’s mission is to help develop land use policies, and provide technical assistance to landowners to reduce sources of non-point pollution. The department administers the Water Quality Program, along with various Federal, State and County Natural Resource Programs.
Wisconsin State Statute 92
SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION AND ANIMAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
Farmland Preservation Program Participation Information
STURGEON SPAWNING INFORMATION
Visit the following link for Sturgeon spawning information on the Wolf River:
2016 Deer Donation Program
Please consider harvesting and donating deer to your local food pantries this fall. The drop off locations and instructions can be found on the following documents.
Deer Harvested from some counties can not be donated to Waupaca County, see the Deer Donation Requirements pdf for a list of those counties.
Deer Donation Requirements
...early 2017 DATCP Farmer Training for writing a Nutrient Management Plan. Time TBD
811 Harding St.
Waupaca, WI 54981
Mon.-Fri. 8 am to 4 pm