Learn More About WRISC!
WRISC's mission may seem pretty straighforward: stop invasive species! But actually WRISC's goals are detailed, strategic, and constantly adapting to our changing landscape!
The Wild Rivers Invasive Species Coalition (WRISC), as a multi-partner organization representing five counties in two states, is dedicated to the management of invasive species on our lands and waters through cooperation, education, prevention, and control.
The primary goals of WRISC are to:
Raise awareness about invasive species in the WRISC area
Prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species through monitoring, early detection, and rapid response
Address known populations of invasive species utilizing Integrated Invasive Species Management methods where appropriate
Consider restoration during invasive species projects
Continually work to enhance collaboration among all stakeholders involved with WRISC
To learn more about WRISC's goals and strategies, check out the Strategic Management Plan on the Documents page
Meet The Team
Lindsay holds a BS in Environmental Geoscience with an emphasis in Water Science from Northland College. She has been with WRISC since 2015 and has been the Coordinator of WRISC since 2017.
Originally from Foster City, Lindsay loves being able to work with the local community she grew up in.
In her free time, Lindsay enjoys backpacking, gardening, & adventuring with her family & two dogs.
WRISC Project Manager
Kyle holds a BS in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from Lake Superior State University. He has been with WRISC since 2018 and has been a Project Manager since the Fall of 2018. Raised in Menominee County, Kyle is excited to be able to protect the natural resources and preserve the natural beauty of the area that he knows so well. His favorite pastimes include fishing, gaming and being around his new family.
WRISC Project Manager
Katherine is working toward her Associates in Environmental Science and Certification in GIS from Bay De Noc Community College. Katherine has been with WRISC since 2018 and has been a Project Manager since the Fall of 2019. Raised in the Iron Mountain area, Katherine is grateful for the opportunity to protect the area she grew up loving. In her free time, Katherine enjoys reading, working out, and spending time with family.