Agricultural Impact Statements: Resources

​​​​​​A number of agencies are resources for public projects such as highways, landfills, transmission lines and pipelines.

Wisconsin Farm Center​

The Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection's Wisconsin Farm Center provides financial, mediation, stray voltage, legal, vocational, and farm transfeservices to Wisconsin farmers and farm families.

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Survey information and publications documenting production and other agricultural data

Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

State agency that regulates public utilities, including construction of electric lines, natural gas mains and water systems 

  • Publications
  • Right of Ways and Easements for Electric Facility Constuction
  • Electric Transmission Lines​
  • EMF -- Electric and Magnetic Fields
  • Environmental Impacts of Transmission Lines​
  • Environmental Impacts of Substations​
  • Transmission Line Review Process​

​Wisconsin Department of Administration

Oversees required relocation plans filed by public agencies and local governments undertaking publicly funded projects that displace people from their homes.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Information about environmental permitting for utility projects affecting wetlands or bodies of water, and other DNR land use programs

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) 
Natural Gas Pipeline Construction Process ​

Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services

State certification status of three different types of real estate appraisers

State Bar of Wisconsin
Assistance in finding a lawyer

Soil Compaction

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