Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” -Margaret Mead

This philosophy resounds through the PACRS organization. It is the members who volunteer time, talent, and financial support, that have made PACRS what it is today. PACRS is an organization:

  • with a reputation for taking the methodical approach to solving problems.
  • who intends to have a positive impact for the long-term.
  • who cares about Wisconsin’s lakes and rivers.

We ask you to join the PACRS as an individual ($25) or an organizational member ($50). There are two ways to become a member.

Online

Use the PayPal form over on the right margin to use your credit card and pay online. You do not need a Pay Pal account to make an online donation.

Mail

Complete and mail in our membership form to:

PACRS
1735 Archer Lane
Nekoosa, WI 54457.
The form can be downloaded here

When you become a PACRS member you are joining other homeowners’ associations, condo associations, fishing and hunting clubs, local businesses, and individuals that care about our lakes. Since PACRS has begun, our membership numbers have more than doubled.

But membership numbers are not the measure of PACRS’ success. The accomplishments to date are the true indicators of whether PACRS are reaching our goals. These achievements are just the first steps in obtaining the long term objective of cleaner water to be enjoyed by our children, grandchildren, and generations to come.

Thank you for joining the PACRS family.

GET INVOLVED

You can get involved by doing any of the following:
1. Collect water samples and water quality data
2. Educate lake users about invasive species
3. Participate in a PACRS event
4. Advocate for local and state policy reforms
5. Invite the PACRS to present at your community or association meeting
6. Encourage your homeowner’s or condo association to become a member of the PACRS
7. Contact the PACRS to find out more information about what we’re up to!
8. Maintain your property in a lake friendly environment.