Grow Southwest Wisconsin is a three-year planning project dedicated to better position our region for the challenges and opportunities of the future. This three-year project, funded by a grant from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is managed by Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SWWRPC) and overseen by a Consortium of 17 local governments and organizations in communities across Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland counties. Together, we are working on making southwest Wisconsin the best place that it can be for our grandchildren.
Grow Southwest Capacity Building Assistance
SWWRPC is offering Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) to eligible organizations for assistance with projects directed at meeting the goals identified during the Grow Southwest Wisconsin planning process by regional stakeholders. CBA gives communities the opportunity to request SWWRPC’s involvement in a variety of initiatives.
The application period for CBA is closed. Projects receiving assistance will be announced shortly.
Please direct all questions to:
Take the Grow Southwest Regional Priorities Survey The results of this survey will guide the creation and prioritization of regional goals at the final Cultivator meeting on February 6, 2013. These prioritized goals will inform implementation efforts in 2013.
Please visit Grow Southwest Wisconsin’s external website for more info about the project.