MIPN Member Organizations and Patrons

We would like to acknowledge and thank our 2018 member organizations and businesses who support us in our mission of reducing the impacts of invasive plants across the Midwest. We also enjoy the support of numerous individual members. If you are interested in membership, whether as an individual, organization, or business, please click here to learn more.


Non-Profit and Government Members                                                                                                         

Bay Mills Indian Community, Brimley, MI

Champaign County Forest Preserve District, Mahomet, IL                     

Door County Soil and Water Conservation District, Sturgeon Bay, WI

Fermi Research Alliance LLC, Batavia, IL

Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, Wheaton, IL

Midwest Groundcovers, LLC, St. Charles, IL

Kansas Forest Service, Manhattan, KS

Tallgrass Restoration, LLC, Schaumburg, IL

Keweenaw Invasive Species Management Area, Houghton, MI

Lumberjack Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc., Rhinelander, WI

Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City, MO

The Morton Arboretum, Lisle, IL

The Nature Conservancy, Lansing, MI

Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network, Traverse City, MI

Powdermill Nature Reserve - Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Riley-Purgatory-Bluff Creek Watershed, Eden Prairie, MN

Southeastern Wisconsin Invasive Species Consortium, West Bend, WI

Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management, Bedford, IN

St. Croix River Association, St. Croix Falls, WI

Vanderburgh Co. SWCD, Evansville, IN

Webster County Conservation, Fort Dodge, IA

West Michigan Conservation Network, Grand Haven, MI

Wild Rivers Invasive Species Coalition, Kingsford, MI


Business Members

Liberty Prairie Restorations, LLC, Libertyville, IL

Mark M. Holeman, Inc., Indianapolis, IN

Midwest Groundcovers, LLC, St. Charles, IL

Tallgrass Restoration, LLC, Schaumburg, IL


Individual Patrons 

MIPN greatly values all of the individuals who support our work, but most prefer to remain anonymous.