The St. Croix - Red Cedar CWMA is a developing CWMA that encompasses St. Croix, Polk, Barron, Washburn, and Burnett Counties. The group assembled in 2013 and appointed its first coordinator in 2014. Today, the CWMA is a collaborative of invasive species managers that include county governments, Wisconsin state agencies, federal agencies, private landowners, and non-profits. The CWMA operates according to a very new memorandum of understanding (2016) and works to accomplish actions in its new Strategic Management Plan (2016) and biennial work plan (2016).
Since its formation, the St. Croix - Red Cedar CWMA has been very active in training and enabling citizens to prevent and control invasive species. Specific activities have included: