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Bird City Wisconsin
Dr. Bryan Lenz
1111 E. Brown Deer Road
Bayside, WI 53217
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Phone: 414-533-5398

Link: Website
Bird City Wisconsin is a community conservation and education organization that provides highly-visible recognition to Wisconsin municipalities that work to make their communities healthy for birds and people. Statewide service area.
Center for Land Use Education
Anna Haines, Director
800 Reserve St.
TNR 205
Stevens Point, WI 54481
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Phone: 715-346-2386

Link: Website
The Center for Land Use Education is a joint venture of the College of Natural Resources at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point and Cooperative Extension in collaboration with UW System institutions. It is a focal point for land use planning and management education. As such, CLUE creates learning opportunities for communities to help them make sound land use decisions that result in a sustainable Wisconsin. We offer various workshops for elected and appointed officials and offer a range of publications from short fact sheets to more in-depth guides, articles and reports. Statewide service area.
Local Government Institute of Wisconsin
Gary Becker, Executive Director
5813 Piping Rock Road
Madison, WI 53711
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Phone: 608-960-2850

Link: Website
Research and education related to local units of government working together to better serve their residents. In 2017 we will be facilitating regional workshops to help communities see their future and find ways to work together to achieve it. Our process is based upon Strategic Foresight—a proven method of uncovering the threads of current events that may impact our future, identifying how those threads play out over time through scenarios, and then looking back (or “backcasting”) to understand what needs to change today and tomorrow to positively impact our communities 20 years hence. Statewide service area.
National League of Cities (NLC)
Sarah Lindsay, Program Manager
660 N.Capitol St. NW
Suite 450
Washington, DC 20001
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Phone: 202-626-3067

Link: Website
NLC is dedicated to helping city leaders build better communities. Working in partnership with the League of Wisconsin Municipalities, NLC serves as a resource to, and an advocate for all cities villages and towns. National service area.
UW Extension’s Local Government Center
610 Langdon Street
Room 229
Madison, WI 53703
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Phone: 608-262-9960
Link: Website
For over 25 years UW-Extension’s Local Government Center has been helping educate local government officials and build their capacity to govern through in-person workshops, statewide distance learning and supporting a website of informational resources relevant to Wisconsin local government. Statewide service area.
Wisconsin Municipal Clerks Association
Faith A. Elford, Executive Director
1414 Montclair Place
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
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Phone: 920-568-9278
Fax: 920-568-9278

The WMCA is the premier source for the personal empowerment of municipal clerks in Wisconsin through education, professional development, and the promotion of excellence. The Wisconsin Municipal Clerks Association was formed in 1980 and is 1,400 members strong and growing. The purpose of this Association is to improve the administration of local government and to benefit the City, Town, or Village Clerk, Deputy Clerk or any official having similar duties, by providing them with the skills and the knowledge through which the quality of the services they perform may be improved. We also provide certification.
Wisconsin Women in Government
Kara Kratowicz, President
PO Box 2543
Madison, WI 53701
Phone: 608-848-2321

Link: Website
Founded in 1987, Wisconsin Women in Government (WWIG) is a bi-partisan volunteer organization that recognizes and supports women who choose to pursue a career in government by providing scholarships as well as educational, mentoring and networking opportunities. This year WWIG celebrates 30 years of benefiting women in government. Since 1987, WWIG has raised over $1,200,000 for scholarships and programs. Visit us at to see our opportunities for students and professionals, find out how to get involved, and see our upcoming networking and professional development events. Statewide service area.
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