FWSP Announce 2017 Incentive Grants

fowThe Friends of Wisconsin State Parks announced the 2017 Incentive Grant awards. Grants are awarded for up to 50% of project, position, or activity costs.  The other 50% of project costs is provided by the project sponsor (Friends group).  Up to 50% of the sponsor’s share of project costs may be non-cash donations such as materials, equipment use, services or labor.  Grants awards will be announced in early Spring.
Grants are awarded to qualified Friends groups for naturalists and eligible interpretive programs, including but not limited to interpretive equipment, LTE Naturalists, nature education for children, exhibits, interpretive signage and other interpretive needs.
FWSP Incentive grants totaling $23,936 and a match from Friends groups of $23,936+  for a total of $47,872+ in 2017 Naturalist projects and programs at parks, forests, trails, and recreation areas.
The Incentive Grant winners for 2017 are:

  • Whitefish Dunes State Park
  • Gov. Dodge State Park
  • Navarino Nature Center
  • Wyalusing Stat Park
  • Potawatomi State Park
  • Devil’s Lake State Park
  • Willow River State Park
  • Blue Mound State Park
  • Bong Naturalist Association
  • Pattison & Amnicon State Park
  • Council Grounds State Park
  • Merrick State Park – TURTLES
  • Point Beach State Forest
  • Yellowstone Lake State Park
  • Lapham Peak State Forest
  • Mead/McMillan SWA
  • Perrot State Park
  • Copper Falls State Park
  • Buckhorn State Park
  • Kohler -Andrae State Park
  • Rib Mountain State Park
  • Hartman Creek State Park
  • Peninsula State Park
  • Pike Lake State Forest
  • Harrington Beach State Park
  • MacKenzie Center
  • Roche-A-Cri State Park
  • High Cliff State Park