Winnebago County Land and Water Conservation Dept

The Winnebago County Land and Water Conservation Department is dedicated to provide competent, professional services in the planning, design, and implementation of programs and projects that protect, restore, and sustain the natural resources of Winnebago County.  We work closely with federal and state agencies including Wisconsin DNR, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection, UW-Extension, USDA Agencies, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Technical and financial services are provided in a number of ways.

Some of these services are:

  • Land management planning and project design for individual landowners. This includes lands that are being cropped, tree planting, upland wildlife habitat development, wetland restorations, etc.
  • Design, cost-estimating, layout and construction supervision of "best management" practices built for land and water resource improvements.
  • Administer a county funded Water Quality Improvement Program.  This program provides funds to private landowners for various projects that improve water quality.
  • Secure and manage state and federal grants for County Land and Water Resource Management initiatives.
  • Secure and make available equipment, tools, and supplies that assist landowners in meeting their objectives in installing best management practices including planting protective vegetation on critical sites, tree planting, wildlife habitat development, etc.

Contact Winnebago County Land and Water Conservation Dept

Contact Winnebago County Land and Water Conservation Dept

Tom Davies
625 East County Road Y
Suite 100
Oshkosh, Wisconsin  54901-9731
Phone: (920) 232-1951
Fax: (920) 424-1277


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Winnebago County, Wisconsin