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The Northeast Wisconsin Invasives Partnership (NEWIP) is a cooperative invasive species group that serves Brown, Outagamie, Waupaca, and Winnebago Counties and the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. 

We offer opportunities to the community through education workshops, volunteer workdays and invasive species mapping to lead a coordinated effort to fight invasive species in northeast Wisconsin!

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A volunteer removes Japanese Knotweed from the side of a road. Japanese Knotweed is a common invasive plant in Wisconsin with restricted status.

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NEWIP's mission is to coordinate management of invasive species through community-wide collaboration, education, mapping, and control.

Contribute towards good!

To successfully combat invasive plants across NEWIP's entire service area, we need cooperation from agencies, organizations, landowners, volunteers, and residents. Follow the link below to sign up for updates. For more information about how to get involved, please email the NEWIP coordinator at

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