Although there has been a drop in meth labs in the state, people are still using the highly addictive drug.
A lot of it is coming from super-labs in Mexico and through existing drug cartels.
This summit is hoping to spread the word and put an end to the drug problem that has swept across Wisconsin.
"It's the first time we really attempted to pull together sectors of the community and ask people to engage in solving this problem, said Julie Keown-Bomar of U-W Extension.
Meth plays a role in draining the government's resources and changes the quality of life in communities where meth is prevalent.