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  • Uniqueness of UWEX - connection to research and other experts – Steve Deller/Economics; reduce work overall; pull from resources already developed; Allow you to tap into resources that can be localized to a particular AOC; Partnership that complements the Office of Great Lakes; Allows DNR to focus on the more technical while UWEX can focus on Outreach and Communication. Value – helps to unify the AOCs that are separated by long distance – umbrella along with OGL;
  • To get a sense of how GLRI has invested in Wisconsin, the Department of Natural Resources has added five project coordinators-one for each AOC, and four technical staff in Madison (QUAPP, monitoring, sediment, GIS) plus an AOC coordinator Kendra Axness.
  • Explore- Reconnect with the Rivers – either take them for granted or think of them as a lost cause; positive twist; vetted them; peer and stakeholder; How the them evolved. Field Trips – public, tac/cac, agenciesPublications, display, presentations, kiosks; fact sheet; newsletters; Scholarships to the conference – engages and educates; Camp YCoda; St. Louis River Alliance; UWEX - Engrained Partnerships;Celebration.
  • Milwaukee kiosk, Sheboygan display, St Louis River brochure/map.
  • Citizen/Stakeholder Advisory Committees

Uw extension aoc presentation oct 14, 2011 draft Uw extension aoc presentation oct 14, 2011 draft Presentation Transcript

  • Outline--25 Minutes Presentation
    Why - Benefits of creating a unified theme and fostering information sharing:
    Theoretically – economy in bulk; not re-inventing the wheel; increased efficiency; team approach; Build Capacity for on-going efforts;
     
    Uniqueness of UWEX - connection to research and other experts – Steve Deller/Economics; reduce work overall; pull from resources already developed; Allow you to tap into resources that can be localized to a particular AOC; Partnership that complements the Office of Great Lakes; Allows DNR to focus on the more technical while UWEX can focus on Outreach and Communication. Value – helps to unify the AOCs that are separated by long distance – umbrella along with OGL;
     
    Explore- Reconnect with the Rivers – either take them for granted or think of them as a lost cause; positive twist; vetted them; peer and stakeholder; How the them evolved.
     
    Field Trips – public, tac/cac, agencies
    Publications, display, presentations, kiosks; fact sheet; newsletters;
    Scholarships to the conference – engages and educates;
    Camp YCoda; St. Louis River Alliance; UWEX - Engrained Partnerships;
    Celebration.
     
    Restore – facilitated strategy processes (contaminated sed TAC mtgs)
    TAC
    CAC
    Database – tracking progress
    report card – evaluation
    Conference
    This is not part of the slide show.
  • Support is provided in part by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
    Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, under Assistance Agreement No. GL00E00651-0
  • Our goal is to help build capacity for ongoing work to remove impairments and delist the Areas of Concern.
    A team approach across the state allows us to help each other with specialized skills:
    -messaging
    -design
    -website development
    We don’t have to reinvent the wheel, but instead can create templates for fact sheets, displays, brochures, photo library, events…
  • The Wisconsin Idea is the principle that the university should improve people’s lives beyond the classroom. It spans UW–Madison’s teaching, research, outreach and public service.
    Chad Cook
    Ruth Oppedahl
    Debbie Beyer
    We teach, learn, lead and serve, connecting  people with the University of Wisconsin, and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities.
    Gail Epping Overholt
  • Tracey Ledder
    Kendra Axness
    Ben Uvaas
    Chad Cook
    DonaleaDinsmore
    Erin Hanson
    Ruth Oppedahl
    Tom Simmons
    Debbie Beyer
    Stacy Hron
    Joe Graham
    Gail Epping Overholt
    Megan O’Shea
  • Get to know your river, reconnect in a positive way!
  • Publications, displays, maps, kiosks, newsletters
  • Engaging partners: Camp Y-Coda, St. Louis River Alliance, schools, watershed partner groups
    Pictures?
  • Click image to go to website
    Online outreach & social media
  • St. Louis River AOC Boat Tour
    Celebrations!
  • Menominee River AOC Open House
    Milwaukee Estuary AOC Stakeholder Input Group
    Sheboygan River TAC Field Trip
    Citizen/Stakeholder Advisory Committees
  • Picture of a bunch of the report card things Gail has.
    Database Tracking