Through partnerships and collaborations, the CRC works with community organizations, policy makers, tribal governments, and private businesses to support strategic, data-driven community programming and development.
Check out the work we are currently doing below. If you are interested in having us help with a project, we want to hear from you. Connect with us by email or call 715-682-1282 to see how we can support your work.
In partnership with community leaders across the Chequamegon Bay, this project aims to provide a baseline assessment of social capital measures for communities in the Bay area including Bad River, Ashland, Washburn, Bayfield, La Pointe, and Red Cliff. This project is funded by the Duluth-Superior Community Foundation.
This study investigates local foods perceptions, knowledge, and preferences to identify opportunities for workforce and economic development. This project was funded by the Northwest Wisconsin Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. and the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board through the Skills Wisconsin Workforce Innovation Fund.
At the request of the Northland College president, the CRC collected data from four Northland College groups—students, faculty, staff, and alumni—in order to capture the campus culture and experience, as well as attitudes surrounding increased athletic programming on campus and the prospect of a football program.
This study measures drivers of risky and non-risky swimming behavior at Maslowski beach to inform effective warning systems to maximize public health and minimize beach users’ contact with potentially polluted waters. This study is funded by a Wisconsin Coastal Management Program (WCMP) award to the City of Ashland Parks and Recreation Department.
In partnership with the Mary Griggs Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation, this project aims to inform the development of an effective lake management plan based on understanding how different stakeholders interact with, and affect lake ecosystems in northern Wisconsin. This project is funded by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and connected with the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute.