Our results indicate that management objectives for oak savanna sites in Southern Wisconsin are ubiquitous. All the land managers surveyed indicated they have three main management objectives for oak savanna sites: 1) maintain or increase native oak savanna species, including promoting oak regeneration, 2) prevent or decrease undesirable invasive species, and 3) promote oak savanna structure. Participation in the pilot study indicates a strong interest in prescribed fire monitoring protocols with clear objectives and outcomes. Additionally, managers are willing to participate in data collection to improve land management outcomes. With initial prescribed fires occurring in spring 2022, we look forward to providing updates later in 2022.