Welcome to the Grassroots Citizens of Wisconsin
We are a network of engaged people in southwest Wisconsin who through constructive dialogue and education foster informed, positive change in our communities.
Since our founding in 2003, Grassroots has made a significant impact. More and more of our members are getting involved in local community action -- and having fun doing it! They're meeting their neighbors, attending forums, writing letters to the editor, participating in task forces and working for positive community change. A volunteer organization, we think globally and act locally through collective action. Below you'll see a number of ways to get involved.
Help the Cranes for Peace Project: June and July
Learn more on the Peace page
Save our Schools!
Learn more here
Do you have an article you want to share?
Then post it on our Facebook page and start the discussion!
Join the discussion on Facebook by clicking here!
Our Grassroots Gazette
Our newsletter alerts over 1,000 members via e-mail about:
- local forums
- lively discussions
- and action opportunities.
Click here to read the latest Gazette.
Sustain Iowa County fosters sustainable practices for our businesses, farms, schools and homes. Lots of local resource information can be found on the Sustain Iowa County page. Check out the latest blog by clicking here.
Our Health Care Task Force is working hard, in partnership with other community organizations, to implement the Affordable Care Act by helping eligible people sign up for the Federal Health Care Exchanges, opening Oct. 1. We are also actively engaged in promoting Health Care Wellness in our local communities. For more see the Health Care page.
Grassroots Citizens for Peace is engaged in heightening awareness of techniques and developments that can lead to peaceful solutions throughout the world. See current Action Alerts and Upcoming Events at the Citizens for Peace page.
Grassroots Immigration Group is keeping abreast of immigration reform efforts in Wisconsin and throughout the country. We are also helping our adult neighbors learn English with an English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) tutoring program for southwest Wisconsin. For more see the Immigration page.
Want to know more about us? Check out our About Us page.