Watershed Protection Committee of Racine County

The Watershed Protection Committee of Racine County (WPCR) consists of a group of local farmers leading efforts in erosion control, water and soil quality improvements, and providing information to farmers and rural landowners on conservation practices. 

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What We Do

The Watershed Protection Committee of Racine County (WPCR) is focused on six watersheds in Racine County, Wisconsin:

  • Hoosier Creek Watershed

  • Eagle Creek Watershed

  • Goose Lake Branch Watershed

  • Village of Union Grove West Branch Root River Canal Watershed

  • West Branch Root River Canal Watershed

  • Wind Lake Drainage Canal Watershed. 

To protect these watersheds, WPCR has focused on incentive, educational and research programs. Such programs provide resources that ultimately help with water, soil and air quality in the area.