The Center for Land Use Education (CLUE) is a joint venture of the College of Natural Resources at the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point and the University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of Extension. It is a focal point for land-use planning and management education.
Through applied research, teaching and outreach, CLUE specialists and faculty support students, local government officials, communities and K-12 audiences on a variety of land and water topics including planning and zoning, land divisions, fragmentation, sustainability, bio- and renewable energy, food systems, shorelands and wetlands. By providing up-to-date and comprehensive training on planning and zoning tailored to address specific local needs, CLUE specialists are able to assist towns, villages, cities and counties in making sound land use decisions.
CLUE-based faculty teach a variety of courses for the Natural Resource Planning major, the Sustainable Energy minor and Natural Resource Planning graduate courses. Graduate and undergraduate students work with faculty on research.
Anna Haines, PhD
Director, Land Use Specialist and Professor
Shoreland and Land Use Specialist
Land Use Specialist
800 Reserve Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Center for Land Use Education