Livestock Facility Study Group

The Green County Livestock Facility Study Group was established by resolution of the Green County Board on August 8, 2017. The purpose of the Study Group is to use science-based information to provide the Green County Board with science-based recommendations developed to effectively protect groundwater, surface water, air quality, and public health and safety.

Contact Victoria Solomon at Victoria.Solomon@ces.uwex.edu or 608-328-9440 to receive email updates on Livestock Facility Study Group meetings.

LIVESTOCK FACILITY STUDY GROUP

The members of the Livestock Facility Study Group are as follows:

Voting Members

  • Paul Beach, Appointed At-Large County Board Supervisor
  • Tom Daly, Chair, Green County Towns Association
  • Ken Hodgson, Chair, Green County Ag & Extension Education Committee
  • Barb Krattiger, Chair, Green County Health Committee
  • Oscar Olson, Chair, Green County Land & Water Conservation Committee
  • Jen Brooks, Member of the Public
  • Craig Edler, Member of the Public
  • Bert Paris, Member of the Public
  • Bethany Storm, Member of the Public

Non-Voting Advisory Members

  • Todd Jenson, Director, Green County Land & Water Conservation Department
  • Mark Mayer, Agriculture & Natural Resources Educator, Green County UW-Extension
  • RoAnn Warden, Director, Green County Health Department
  • Adam Wiegel, Administrator, Green County Zoning

Facilitator

  • Victoria Solomon, Community Resource Development Educator, Green County UW-Extension

MEETINGS

The agendas and minutes will be posted online here.






 


 


  • Meeting 8:  T. Jan 9 (12:30-2:30)
  • Meeting 9:  T. Jan 30 (12:30-2:30)
  • Meeting 10:  T. Feb 13 (12:30-2:30)
  • Meeting 11:  T. Feb 27 (12:30-2:30)
  • Meeting 12:  T. Mar 13 (12:30-2:30)
  • Meeting 13:  T. Mar 27  (12:30-2:30)

RESOURCES

Recently completed county reports on groundwater and livestock facilities:

Legislative Resources:

Research Resources:

Additional Resources:

  • Wisconsin Geological & Natural History SurveyThe Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey conducts earth-science surveys, field studies, and research. They provide objective scientific information about the geology, mineral resources, water resources, soil, and biology of Wisconsin. They collect, interpret, disseminate, and archive natural resource information. They communicate the results of their activities through publications, technical talks, and responses to inquiries from the public. These activities support informed decision making by government, industry, business, and individual citizens of Wisconsin. 

QUESTIONS?

Contact Victoria Solomon, Community Resource Development Educator, at 608-328-9440 or Victoria.Solomon@ces.uwex.edu .