Land Use Tracker Newsletter

 
 

Summer 2015

The Summer 2015, Volume 14, Issue 4 of Land Use Tracker includes the following topics:

  • A Closer Look at Local Government: The Who, What and How of Local Plan Commissions
  • Statewide Parcel Database for Wisconsin Now Available Online
  • Groundwater: Diminishing Resource, Increasing Conflict
  • Calendar of Events


Download a pdf copy the Summer 2015 issue here: Land Use Tracker, Volume 14, Issue 4.

 

Spring 2015

 The Spring 2015, Volume 14, Issue 3 of Land Use Tracker includes the following topics:
  • Electric Vehicles: A Good Idea for Wisconsin?
  • Reading the Wetland Landscape Workshops
  • Wisconsin Wetlands Association to Release County Wetland Fact Sheets
  • Understanding the Benefits of Trees in Lakes



Download a pdf copy the Spring 2015 issue here: Land Use Tracker, Volume 14, Issue 3.

 

Winter 2014-15 

The Winter 2014-15, Volume 14, Issue 2 of Land Use Tracker includes the following topics:

  • Developing Wisconsin's Forests: How Landowner Attitudes Shape Community Response to Development
  • Characteristics of Wisconsin Woodland Owners
  • Sustainability and Community Planning
  • More than Just a Big Map: Modernizing the 1964 Wisconsin Landscape Resource Inventory


Download a pdf copy the Winter 2014-15 issue here: Land Use Tracker, Volume 14, Issue 2.

 

Fall 2014

  • LandUseTracker_Fall2014.pdfFall 2014, Volume 14, Issue 1
    • Updating Your Rural Comprehensive Plan: Strategies to Address Shifting Trends
    • Engaging Young People in Comprehensive Planning: The Iron County Case Study
    • Online Zoning Codes Made Easy

                   

 

 


Download a pdf copy the Fall 2014 issue here: Land Use Tracker, Volume 14, Issue 1.

 

Archived Land Tracker Issues, 2001 - Present

Read and download previous publication of the Land Use Tracker by visiting the Land Use Tracker Archives. Issues are listed in descending chronological order beginning in the Summer of 2011 and continuing to present.

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