Events, BMPs, and outreach materials for public road agencies.

Winter De-Icing Workshops

Click here to view the workshops we offer for public road winter maintenance, as well as other regional salt and chloride focused events.

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Management Practices

Outreach Materials

Social Media Posts

Connect to your community with engaging social media posts well-suited for Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Please contact us for additional posts.

Salt Scatter Cups, Bumper Stickers, and Truck Magnets

We have materials to distribute to residents (such as salt scatter cups) and to use on winter maintenance vehicles (bumper stickers and truck magnets). These items are free for due-paying members and available for purchase to non-members. Please contact us if you would like to order these materials.

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Sample FAQ for community phone lines to help answer winter-related calls, coming soon

Helpful Websites

Clear Roads

The Clear Roads research program brings together transportation professionals and researchers from around the country to drive innovation in the field of winter maintenance. Their site highlights events across the nation and often shares the latest research on winter management.

U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration - Road Weather Management Program

A source for many publications related to snow and ice including anti-icing, dicing and winter maintenance.

Salt Institute

The Salt Institute is a North American based, non-profit trade association dedicated to advocating the many benefits of salt, particularly to ensure winter roadway safety, quality water and healthy nutrition.

WI Salt Wise

WI Salt Wise is a coalition of organizations from across Dane County, WI working together to reduce salt pollution in  lakes, streams and drinking water. Their primary goals are to: educate residents, leaders and winter maintenance professionals on salt pollution and solutions, provide training and promote best practices to reduce salt pollution and recognize contractors committed to using the right amount of salt for conditions.