Watershed - Mukwonago River (FX06)
Mukwonago River Watershed

Details

The Mukwonago River Watershed is the smallest of the Fox River Basin watersheds (86 square miles) and lies mainly in Walworth and Waukesha counties, with a small portion falling in Jefferson County. The villages of Eagle, Mukwonago, North Prairie, and Wales lie within the watershed. There are nearly 50 miles of perennial streams in the watershed. Jericho Creek in the Village of Eagle and an unnamed ditch in the Village of Mukwonago are listed as supporting a cold water aquatic community. The Mukwonago River is listed as an Outstanding Resource Water in the state. None of the streams in the watershed are listed as impaired on the 303(d) list. There are fifteen lakes in the watershed, the largest being Lake Beulah (834 acres) in Walworth County. This may be the least disturbed watershed in the Southeast Fox River Basin. There are diverse and unique populations of warm water forage fish, game fish, mussels, amphibians, and invertebrates. Development of this watershed has increased rapidly in the past five to ten years. Impervious surfaces are becoming more abundant and stormwater runoff is increasing. Many of the historic areas that supported agriculture are now supporting suburban housing development. A total of six miles of Exceptional Resource Waters can be found along the Mukwonago River and Lulu Lake contributes 84 acres of Outstanding Resource Waters. Over 15 miles of trout waters are located along stretches of Jericho Creek and Mukwonago River. There are no impaired waters within the watershed.

Date  2011

Population, Land Use

The majority of the land cover in the Mukwonago River Watershed is agricultural (46%). The remaining rural land uses include forests (26%), wetlands (11%), and open water and open space (10%). Suburban land use only makes up four percent of the total land use in the watershed. Grasslands and urban spaces are even scarcer, with only two percent and one percent of the watershed’s total area, respectively.

Date  2012

Nonpoint and Point Sources

This watershed has a Nonpoint Source (NPS) Watershed Rank of high due to high rankings for lakes and groundwater resources. Streams in the watershed are ranked as a medium priority for NPS pollution. Furthermore, Upper and Lower Phantom Lake, Lake Beulah, Eagle Spring Lake, and Lulu Lake have all been ranked as high lakes for NPS pollution. Runoff from Urban Development and Impervious Surfaces Urban land use in the Mukwonago River watershed is expected to increase between the present and 2035. The percentage of impervious surfaces in a watershed that is directly connected to the stormwater drainage system can help evaluate the impacts of urbanization on a stream system. Studies show that 6 to 11 percent imperviousness in a watershed is approximately the point at which negative biological impacts could be expected to occur in coldwater systems. As of 2000, the Mukwonago River watershed had about 20 percent urban land overall, corresponding to about 6 percent directly connected imperviousness. At the same time, the Eagle Spring, Jericho, Beulah, and Phantom subwatersheds were also below the threshold level of 6 to 11 percent. The Mukwonago subwatershed exceeded this threshold, with approximately 25 per¬cent connected impervious surface. However, it is important to note that 98 % of the water in the Mukwonago watershed flows through this sub-watershed, with much less development in the upstream sub-watersheds. The Mukwonago and the Jericho subwatersheds are expected to exceed 38 and 13 percent connected impervious surface by 2035 based upon the 2035 planned land use from the Waukesha and Walworth County comprehensive plans. Although urban density development has proceeded at accelerated rates in the Mukwonago and Jericho subwatersheds compared to the other subwatersheds, development is expected to continue to occur in all the subwatersheds, collectively increasing the risks of degradation of water quality and the fishery. It is important to note that preservation of substantial riparian buffers throughout the entire Mukwonago River watershed has likely mitigated the negative impacts of development here. Sewer Service Areas/Facility plans Sanitary sewer service areas have been delineated through a local sewer service area planning process. As part of this process, the community concerned, assisted by SEWRPC, determines a precise sewer service area boundary consistent with local land use plans and development objectives. Sewer service area plans include detailed maps of environmentally significant areas within the sewer service area. Following adoption of the plan by the designated management agency for the sewage treatment plant, local sewer service area plans are considered for adoption by SEWRPC as a formal amendment to the regional water quality management plan. The Commission then forwards the plans to the WDNR for approval. It should be noted that, despite its proximity to the Mukwonago River, the Village of Mukwonago sewage treatment plant discharges to the Fox River. Stormwater Permits Within the watershed, the Village of Mukwonago, Village of North Prairie, Village of Wales, Town of Mukwonago, and Town of Genesee are Phase 2 municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) with general permits. These permits require the municipalities to meet the EPA’s standard six minimum measures, including urban stormwater outreach and public involvement with the general public, construction site and long-term stormwater runoff controls, illicit discharge detection and elimination programs and general good housekeeping measures (pollution prevention) at the municipality’s own properties and in the programs the municipality operates. In addition, the State of Wisconsin requires municipal stormwater permittees to reduce the amount of sediment (total suspended solids) entering the waters of the state through the MS4 systems by 20%, with the ultimate goal of reaching 40% reductions. These reductions are applied to all of the urbanized areas of the municipality, and should consider the waterways receiving the stormwater runoff when improvements are implemented. All of the MS4 permittees in the Mukwonago River Watershed participate in the Waukesha County Information & Education program, which is lead by the Waukesha County Parks & Land Use Department. There are nine Tier 2 industrial permitted facilities, two permitted scrap auto recycling facilities, and four permitted non-metallic mining sites within the Mukwonago River watershed. These facilities all have standard permit language to follow to minimize the pollutants of concern reaching the nearby waters of the state. Existing Stormwater Management Systems A variety of stormwater management features are located in the Mukwonago River watershed. Some of these BMPs include wet and dry detention basins, grass swales, filter strips, infiltration basins and trenches, and constructed and artificial prairies, kettles, and wetlands. Installation and maintenance of appropriate stormwater BMPs are an important part of maintaining good water quality within the Mukwonago River watershed. Because they have been implemented over time, not all BMPs in the watershed were designed and constructed based on current technical standards. New BMPs in the watershed are designed based on current technical standards for stormwater management that include criteria intended to protect water quality. Older stormwater BMPs could have increased functionality for water quality improvement if modifications are made to bring them up to the current standards. Also, BMPs that promote infiltration of precipitation are important in the watershed for maintenance of stream baseflows and coldwater stream characteristics.

Date  2011

Ecological Landscapes for Mukwonago River Watershed

Ecological Landscapes

The Southeast Glacial Plains Ecological Landscape makes up the bulk of the non-coastal land area in southeast Wisconsin. This ecological landscape is made up of glacial till plains and moraines. Most of this ecological landscape is composed of glacial materials deposited during the Wisconsin Ice Age, but the southwest portion consists of older, pre-Wisconsin till with a more dissected topography. Soils are lime-rich tills overlain in most areas by a silt-loam loess cap. Agricultural and residential interests throughout the landscape have significantly altered the historical vegetation. Most of the rare natural communities that remain are associated with large moraines or are in areas where the Niagara Escarpment occurs close to the surface. Historically, vegetation in the Southeast Glacial Plains consisted of a mix of prairie, oak forests and savanna, and maple-basswood forests. Wet-mesic prairies, southern sedge meadows, emergent marshes, and calcareous fens were found in lower portions of the landscape. End moraines and drumlins supported savannas and forests. Agricultural and urban land use practices have drastically changed the land cover of the Southeast Glacial Plains since Euro-American settlement. The current vegetation is primarily agricultural cropland. Remaining forests occupy only about 10% of the land area and consist of maple-basswood, lowland hardwoods, and oak. No large mesic forests exist today except on the Kettle Interlobate Moraine which has topography too rugged for agriculture. Some existing forest patches that were formerly savannas have succeeded to hardwood forest due to fire suppression. State Natural Areas Beulah Bog Beulah Bog lies in a series of four kettle holes and features an undisturbed bog with many unusual plants more typical of northern bogs. Classical stages of ecological succession are exhibited in the bog including: a shallow bog lake dominated by watershield with white and yellow waterlilies and extensive floating mud flats; an advancing, quaking sedge and sphagnum mat between 25 and 50 feet wide; northern wet forest of tamarack and bog shrubs and; a wet open moat surrounding the main bog, dominated by wild calla and cattails. Undisturbed bogs in this area are rare and the site supports a number of regionally rare plants with more northern affinities including dense cotton grass, large and small cranberry, and small bladderwort. The site harbors at least six species of insectivorous plants and the state-threatened plant, kitten tails (Bessya bullii), is also found here. The bog lake provides habitat for several dragonfly species and other invertebrates. Beulah Bog is owned by the DNR and was designated a State Natural Area in 1975. Clifford F. Messinger Dry Prairie & Savanna Preserve Stretching across more than 20 miles of kettle moraine topography of kettle holes, interlobate moraine, and outwash plains in southeastern Wisconsin, this preserve consists of sixteen separate sites, grouped into five units, containing prairie and oak opening communities. Each site has a unique flora which together characterizes the presettlement flora of the region. The prairies are dominated by big and little blue-stems, Indian grass, prairie drop-seed, and side-oats grama. Flowering plants include pasque flower, bird’s-foot violet, purple prairie-clover, hoary puccoon, old-field goldenrod, and blazing-star. Although each has its distinctive character, two sites deserve discussion here. Bald Bluff Dry Prairie is the largest dry prairie of the group and the most diverse in terms of plant species. It also has historical significance: it was visited by Abraham Lincoln when he was in the U.S. Army and it is thought to be a Native American signal hill. Whitewater Oak Opening, covering 120 acres of rugged morainal topography, is dominated by bur oak on the ridge tops and south- and southwest-facing slopes, by red oak on the north-facing slopes, and by white oak in other places. Like the few other remnant oak openings in the state, it has been invaded by shrubs and other woody growth over the years, especially honeysuckle and prickly ash. However, a wildfire in the 1950’s opened up the site to a certain extent, and this natural fire is being mimicked by prescribed burning, reinstating this crucial process of the oak opening ecosystem. Clifford F. Messinger Dry Prairie and Savanna Preserve is owned by the DNR and was designated a State Natural Area in 1990. Eagle Centre Prairie Eagle Centre Prairie features a remnant prairie and bur oak opening situated on broken, gravelly interlobate moraine. Scattered, large, open-grown bur oaks with white and black oak are interspersed with prairie-like openings. A moderate number of native prairie and savanna species have persisted, and those that are especially resistant to grazing can still be found in abundance including pasque flower, prairie smoke, and the state-threatened kitten tails (Besseya bullii). Other species include purple love grass, prairie dropseed, side-oats grama, death camas, purple prairie clover, bird’s-foot violet, whorled milkweed, shooting star, showy goldenrod, silky aster, and thimbleweed. Dense thickets of shrubs and saplings occur under large oaks, especially in more mesic draws and kettles. Management practices such as brushing, prescribed burning, and interseeding of native species will help restore and maintain the vigor of the prairie and oak opening. Eagle Centre Prairie is owned by the Waukesha Land Conservancy and was designated a State Natural Area in 2002. Eagle Oak Opening Eagle Oak Opening was the first oak opening found in a statewide search and contains an example of kettle hole moraine topography and large numbers of open-grown white and bur oaks. Most of the former oak opening has reverted to dry-mesic forest but there are areas where some of these prairie species can still be found. Species include big and little blue-stem, Indian grass, side-oats grama, prairie drop-seed, blue-eyed grass, prairie buttercup, alum-root, prairie smoke, New Jersey tea, bird’s-foot, prairie violets, shooting-star, pale-spiked lobelia, white camas, goldenrods, and asters. There is also a showy display of pasque flowers in the spring. The area has many glacial formations including kettle holes with ephemeral ponds that are important habitat for amphibians. Eagle Oak Opening is owned by the DNR and was designated a State Natural Area in 1968. Lulu Lake Lulu Lake is an assemblage of exceptionally high quality and diverse wetland and upland communities on glacial topography in the Kettle Moraine region. Many of the natural communities protected here have been virtually eliminated from southeastern Wisconsin. The focal point of the area is the 95-acre Lulu Lake, a 40-foot deep, hardwater drainage kettle lake fed by the Mukwonago River and situated at the base of glacial deposits. The clear waters harbor a diverse fish, amphibian, and reptile fauna, including pugnose shiner (Notropis anogenus), Blanding’s turtle (Emydoidea blandingii), and pickerel frog (Rana palustris). A large wetland complex with patches of calcareous fen and shrub carr embedded within a sedge meadow matrix surrounds the lake on the north and west. An inlet stream contains many rare species such as beaked spike-rush (Eleocharis rostellata), slender bog arrow grass (Triglochin maritimum), Ohio goldenrod (Solidago ohioensis), lesser fringed gentian (Gentianopsis procera), Kalm’s lobelia (Lobelia kalmii), and downy willow herb (Epilobium strictum). A small bog surrounded by tamarack forest is also present along with a good complement of other northern bog species including the uncommon dragon’s mouth orchid (Arethusa bulbosa). Scattered patches of prairie grow within the oak opening and woodlands and harbor the state-threatened kitten tails (Besseya bullii). Other rare species include the dion skipper butterfly (Euphyes dion). Lulu Lake is owned by the DNR and The Nature Conservancy and was designated a State Natural Area in 1977. Mukwonago River The Mukwonago River is among the cleanest and most biologically diverse streams in southeastern Wisconsin and provides critical habitat for a number of rare, threatened, and endangered species of fish and invertebrates. Between Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes, the river is designated an Exceptional Resource Water, with clear, warm water and a maximum depth of 2’. The bottom is composed of sand, rocks and gravel and contains many large glacial boulders. At least 53 species of fish, including the state-threatened longear sunfish (Lepomis megalotis) and state-endangered starhead topminnow (Fundulus dispar) have been found here. In fact, the two-mile stretch of river from the natural area downstream to its confluence with the Fox River, contains the last known self-sustaining longear sunfish population in Wisconsin. Among the other fish inhabiting the stream are grass pickerel, rosyface shiner, sand shiner, banded killifish, tadpole madtom, rainbow darter, and brook silverside. Longnose gar are often seen patrolling the waters. Equally diverse is the freshwater mussel fauna. This reach of the Mukwonago is one of the most biologically-rich mussel habitats in the state. Sixteen species are found here, including Wisconsin’s only remaining viable population of the state-endangered rainbow shell (Villosa iris). Rare dragonflies known from the stream are the fragile forktail (Ischnura posita) and the double-striped bluet (Enallagma basidens). Beds of coontail and other submerged aquatics are common in the stream, while the banks contain bulrushes, sedges and other emergent plant species. The 44-acre State Natural Area lies within the larger Mukwonago River Watershed corridor, a mosaic of natural communities including forest, savanna, wetlands, and lakes. This diverse landscape is home to a wide array of native plants and animals and is an important stopover site for a number of Neotropical migratory birds. Mukwonago River is owned by the DNR and was designated a State Natural Area in 2005. Pickerel Lake Fen Pickerel Lake Fen is a diverse alkaline fen that originates at the base of a glacial ridge from seeps and springs. The fen has a rich flora and is quite large for a fen. Shrub encroachment is confined largely to the first 25 meters bordering the upland. Downslope, towards Pickerel Lake, the fen becomes quaking and eventually grades into rushes and cattails. Unusual plant assemblages are found including large populations of shrubby cinquefoil, pitcher plant, sedges, bulrushes, and blue-joint grass. Showy species such as marsh blue violet, swamp milkweed, Joe-Pye weed, boneset, and several goldenrods are common. The uplands are no longer farmed and now show evidence of invasion by prairie plants. The site has been used for foraging by sandhill cranes. Pickerel Lake Fen is owned by the Wisconsin Chapter of The Nature Conservancy and was designated a State Natural Area in 1986. Other Nature Preserves Newell and Ann Meyer Nature Preserve A major portion of the headwaters of the Mukwonago River rises from springs on the Newell and Ann Meyer Nature Preserve. In 2006, Newell and Ann Meyer donated the land to The Nature Conservancy through their estate, which constitutes the largest gift of land and assets ever made in Wisconsin for conservation. The preserve is adjacent to the southern unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest and is located about three miles northwest of the Conservancy’s Lulu Lake and Crooked Creek preserves. The Meyers’ generous gift of land and other financial assets allowed the Conservancy to establish the nature preserve, open it to the public in 2009 and begin restoration efforts. Prior to the Meyers’ acquisition of the land, about two-thirds of it was in agricultural production. In the coming years, the Conservancy will restore about 200 acres to native prairie. Prairies and other grasslands are invaluable in the protection of bird species that nest only in these wide open, grassy landscapes. They include bobolinks, which arrive at the preserve each year after a migration of some 5,000 miles from South America. Forty-two acres of oak woods on the property will be enhanced by the removal of invasive plants including buckthorn, honeysuckle and garlic mustard. The Conservancy will also improve the health of the wetlands at the preserve by removing purple loosestrife, Phragmites, and other wetland invaders (http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/wisconsin/placesweprotect/newell-and-ann-meyer-nature-preserve.xml). Crooked Creek Preserve Crooked Creek Preserve takes its name from the winding river that runs through it and like the Newell and Ann Meyer Nature Preserve harbors a major portion of the headwaters of the Mukwonago River. It is a landscape of steep ridges, kettle lakes, and wetlands inhabited by sandhill cranes and other interesting plants and wildlife. It’s also a great place to see and participate in restoration of the land as Conservancy volunteers remove pine plantations and restore parts of the preserve to prairie and oak savanna. The Nature Conservancy bought the 197-acre property from Aurora University (formerly George Williams College) in August, 2000. The Conservancy has spent nearly 10 years removing white and red pines from the preserve to prevent soil erosion into the river and to restore the oak savannas that once existed on the property. The pines don’t naturally occur in the area but have spread over the years from sites where they were planted, surrounding many of the oak trees native to the area, reducing the sunlight that reaches them, and starting to kill their lower branches (http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/wisconsin/placesweprotect/crooked-creek-preserve.xml). Rainbow Springs Lake In 2008, the state bought the 970-acre Rainbow Springs property for $10.8 million with funding from the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program in an attempt to help preserve the nearly pristine Mukwonago River system. Two golf courses located on the property were closed in 2010, but the future of the site remains in question at this time.

Date  2012

Hydrologic Features

The Mukwonago River Watershed may be considered to be composed of five subwatersheds: the Eagle Spring subwatershed, the Jericho subwatershed, the Beulah subwatershed, the Phantom subwatershed, and the Mukwonago subwatershed. It should be noted that the watershed boundary shown in the majority of the maps in the watershed plan is not the same as the official WDNR watershed boundary. The Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC) developed a custom watershed boundary in 2010 based upon a detailed analysis. The SEWRPC watershed is smaller, 74 square miles versus 86, and does not include the Village of Wales. See Map 2 in the watershed plan for a visual comparison of the two watershed boundaries. The surface-water resources consist of lakes, streams, and ponds. The major lakes of the watershed are Lulu Lake, Eagle Spring Lake, Lake Beulah, Upper Phantom Lake, and Lower Phantom Lake. Please see Table 2 in the watershed plan for a summary of the physical characteristics of these lakes. The Mukwonago River provides the major inflow into Eagle Spring Lake, entering the Lake from the south where it discharges from Lulu Lake. Lulu Lake is situated immediately upstream of Eagle Spring Lake and is accessible from Eagle Spring Lake by a navigable channel. The Eagle Spring Lake outflow is controlled by two outlet structures—a dam with a manually operated control gate (Wambold dam) and a former mill race (locally known as the Kroll dam)—both located at the east side of Eagle Spring Lake just west of CTH E. The confluence of Jericho Creek and the Mukwonago River is located about 350 feet downstream of the Wambold dam structure. The southernmost lake outlet from the former mill race joins the Mukwonago River about 500 feet downstream of the dam structure. The difference in elevation between the lakes decreases with increasing discharges at the Wambold dam, indicating that the Wambold dam influences water levels in both Lakes. This is consistent with the surface water elevation profile developed by the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC) staff from the 2005 Waukesha County DTM data. SEWRPC staff measured low flow discharge for several sites on Jericho Creek in November, 2007. Jericho Creek contributes about one-third of the total low flow discharge to the Mukwonago River, with the remaining two-thirds coming from Eagle Spring Lake, downstream of the confluence of Jericho Creek with the Mukwonago River. Downstream of its confluence with Jericho Creek, the Mukwonago River continues easterly, passing through Lower Phantom Lake and ultimately discharging into the Fox River in Waukesha County, about 8.5 miles downstream from Eagle Spring Lake. The Mukwonago River more than doubles its normal flow between the outlet of Eagle Spring Lake and the outlet of the Phantom Lakes. This is due to flow from numerous springs and seeps distributed throughout this section of the river. In addition, the Lake Beulah outlet discharges into the Mukwonago River prior to it entering Lower Phantom Lake. The Lake Beulah outlet was found to be roughly equivalent to the discharge from Eagle Spring Lake.

Date  2012

Fisheries

The Mukwonago River is home to 59 species of fish, including five that are threatened or endangered, and 14 species of mussels.

Date  2011

Mukwonago River Watershed At-a-Glance

Impaired Water in Mukwonago River Watershed
River and Stream QualityAll Waters in Watershed

According to the WDNR’s Register of Waterbodies (ROW) database, there are over 137 miles of streams and rivers in the Mukwonago River Watershed; 47 miles of which of have been entered into the WDNR’s assessment database. Of these 47 miles, approximately 47% are meeting Fish and Aquatic Life uses and are specified as in “good” condition. The condition of the remaining stream miles is not known or documented. Additional uses for which the waters are evaluated include Fish Consumption, General Uses, Public Health and Welfare, and Recreation. As These uses have not been directly assessed for the watershed. However, a general fish advisory for potential presence of mercury is in place for all waters of the state. Jericho Creek Jericho Creek, a six-mile tributary to Mukwonago River in Waukesha County, is designated as a cold Class II Trout water. Mukwonago River The Mukwonago River is a 16.8-mile-long river in Walworth and Waukesha Counties. Mile 4.08 through 9.68 (from the mouth) is classified as a Class II trout water. Mile 9.68 through 9.76 of Mukwonago River is classified as a Class III trout water, and Mile 11.97 through 15.47 of the river is a Class I trout water.

Date  2012

Watershed Trout Streams
Watershed Outstanding & Exceptional Resources

Lakes and Impoundments

The WDNR’s ROW database shows that there are over 306 acres of reservoirs and flowages (from Eagle Spring Lake and Swan Lake), 1,823 acres of lakes and ponds, and 215 acres of unspecified open water in the Mukwonago River Watershed. Of these, approximately 2,423 lake acres are entered into the state’s assessment database. Ninety percent of these 2,423 acres are indicated as supporting Fish and Aquatic Life use. A little over 240 acres have not been assessed for Fish and Aquatic Life use. Lake Beulah is the largest lake in the watershed at over 830 acres, followed by Lower Phantom Lake at over 370 acres. The following water narratives summarize the most recent information available for lakes and flowages in the watershed. Lulu Lake, Eagle Spring Lake, Lake Beulah, Lower Phantom Lake, and Upper Phantom Lake represent typical mesotrophic, hardwater, alkaline lakes that are considered to have relatively good water quality, be moderately fertile, and be capable of supporting abundant aquatic plant growth and productive fisheries. Physical and chemical parameters reported for each of these lakes indicate that the water quality ranges within the “fair” to “very good” range, depending upon the parameters considered. Total phosphorus levels were found to be generally below the level considered to cause nuisance algal and macrophytic growths. Summer stratification was likely to occur in Upper Phantom Lake, but unlikely to occur in Lower Phantom Lake or Eagle Spring Lake, due to their shallow depths. The surface waters of all the lakes remain well oxygenated and support healthy fish populations. Neither summerkill nor winterkill of fishes has been reported to be a problem, which indicates that the lakes provide adequate oxygenated water for fish and aquatic organisms. Internal releases of phosphorus from the bottom sediments were not considered to be a problem in any of the lakes. Aquatic plant management practices within the Mukwonago River system have focused on the control of nonnative, invasive species. The three public inland lake protection and rehabilitation districts in the watershed—Eagle Spring Lake Management District, Lake Beulah Management District, and the Phantom Lakes Management District—have conducted aquatic plant management programs in concert with their local communities. These aquatic plant management activities have focused on the control of Eurasian water milfoil within the lakes and of purple loosestrife in their shoreland wetland margins. Such interventions are conducted in accordance with their respective aquatic plant management plans, and with WDNR permits issued pursuant to Chapters NR 107 and NR 109 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code. Army Lake Army Lake is a natural lake managed for largemouth bass and panfish. This small lake has clear, fertile water, equal amounts of soft and sandy shore, and few fish management problems. Unimproved access is provided by one narrow frontage road and two liveries offer access for launching, picnicking, and swimming. The Salvation Army maintains a camp on the east shore which accommodates up to 250 guests and provides a swimming beach and boats. There are only 14 lakeshore dwellings, and frontage is only 20% developed. Of the remaining shore, 15% is tamarack bog (10 acres) and 85% is wooded and maintained for camping and picnicking by resort owners. The lake is presently landlocked; the outlet has been ditched and rarely flows (Source: 1961, Surface Water Resources of Walworth County, WI: WI-DNR Army Lake (East Troy Lake), T-4-N, R-18-E, Sec. 16, Surface Acres = 76, S.D.F. =1.14, Maximum Depth = 17 feet). Beulah Lake Beulah Lake (Lake Beulah) is an impounded series of natural lakes managed for largemouth bass and panfish with northern pike present but not common to the fishery. The shoreline is highly irregular with many bays and peninsulas. Originally this was a chain of three lakes; however, a dam on the outlet (built around 1840) created one sheet of water with five major basins separated by shallows. Weeds are a problem in the shallow bays and flooded connecting channels. Public access is provided but restricted in construction to accommodate light fishing boats only. Fee launching is provided at four private ramps. Nearly 200 acres of wetland occupy the shoreline. There are four private camps on the lake (Girl Scouts, Y.M.C.A., and church groups) (Source: 1961, Surface Water Resources of Walworth County, WI: WI-DNR Beulah Lake, T-4-N, R-18-E, Surface Acres =712, S.D.F. =2.54, Maximum Depth 58 feet). Booth Lake Booth Lake is a natural basin lake managed for largemouth bass and panfish; in addition, yellow perch and bullheads are common to the fishery. The lake is nearly circular with a small island in the center. The water is generally quite clear and much of the shoreline is sand and gravel. One town road provides difficult access, and a town park provides restricted access - fee swimming, boat launching for residents of the township only. Boats are also available at two resorts, one of which maintains a swimming beach. A Girl Scout camp exists on the north shore and accommodates 160-170 girls for two week periods through the summer. The lake’s small acreage, the centrally located island, and heavy use by swimmers, canoeists, and row boat anglers indicate the necessity for outboard motor control in some degree. The lake is landlocked and occupies a simple basin in glacial drift (Source: 1961, Surface Water Resources of Walworth County, WI: WI-DNR Booth Lake, T-4-N, R-17-E, Sec. 13, 24, Surface Acres = 108, S.D.F. = 1.08, Maximum Depth = 24 feet). Brown Lake Brown Lake is a small clear lake in outwash deposits at the edge of a ground moraine. The lake occupies part of a marshy valley draining southward to the Mukwonago River below Eagle Spring Lake. A small spring stream is a major water source and enters on the east shore from the base of the moraine. There are 19 acres of adjoining marsh and waterfowl make limited use of the lake. Largemouth bass and pan fish comprise the fishery. Public access is not available and the lake may be classed as semi-wilderness in appearance (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Brown Lake T5N, R18E, Section 30 Surface Acres = 11. 5, S. D. F. = 1. 14, Maximum Depth = 40 feet). Eagle Spring Lake Eagle Springs Lake is an impoundment of the Mukwonago River above the inlet of Jericho Creek. The dam has a 12-foot head and affects the water level upstream to the Walworth County line. Largemouth bass and pan fish provide a fishery with northern pike making a lesser contribution. Weeds are the major use problem; winterkill is avoided by the high flow-through rate. The inlet is navigable and boats travel at will between this lake and Lulu Lake in Walworth County. The shore line is very irregular and there is much additional frontage due to several islands. Access other than by navigable water is not available (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Eagle Spring Lake T5N, R17E, Sections 35 and 36 Surface Acres = 227, S.D.F. = 1.89, Maximum Depth = 12 feet.) UPDATE--Public access to the lake is available by WDNR boat ramp near Wambold Dam in Eagleville. Hogan Lake Hogan Lake is a small, shallow, irregular lake in glacial deposits. The lake has an outlet tributary to the Mukwonago River. The fish, population is limited to pan fish and minnows because of winterkill conditions and the lack of suitable habitat. This is a marl basin somewhat unusual for its location. The lake is entirely within the bounds of a licensed shooting preserve and is therefore without access. Its principal value is aesthetic, though waterfowl make some use of the area (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Hogan Lake T5N, R18E, Section 31 (8) Surface Acres = 8, S.D.F. = 2.28, Maximum Depth = 3 feet). Lower Phantom Lake Lower Phantom Lake is an impoundment on the Mukwonago River at Mukwonago created by a dam of approximately eight-foot head. Northern pike, pan fish, and largemouth bass comprise the fishery. Weed and algae control has been necessitated frequently in the shallower shore areas. Phantom Ranch Bible Camp and a YMCA camp occupy parts of the shore line. Access is possible from several road ends; however, parking facilities are inadequate. A considerable portion of the west shore is classed as deep marsh in wetlands inventory and the inlet valley is primarily marshland (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Lower Phantom Lake T5N, R18E, Sections 26 and 35 Surface Acres = 166, S.D.F. = 1.81, Maximum Depth = 10 feet). UPDATE--Public access is available by fishing pier and boat ramp in Phantom Glen Park in Mukwonago. Since 1981 the Phantom Lakes Management District (PLMD) has sought to protect and improve the overall well-being of the Phantom Lakes (Upper and Lower) as well as educate lakeshore residents and the local citizenry on matters concerning land and lake use laws, boating safety issues, and general environmental aspects that might effect the lakes. The PLMD is responsible for fish stocking and monitoring the health of the various forms of wildlife that inhabit the lakes and they operate a harvester which attempts to maintain a delicate relationship between the desirable aquatic pant life and the noxious weeds that occasionally make life difficult for recreationists (from Phantom Lakes Management District Mission Statement). Lulu Lake Lulu Lake is a natural lake managed for northern pike, largemouth bass, and panfish. This was once called Deep Lake since most of its basin is over 20 feet deep. The shores are entirely marshy save for a narrow gravel bank on part of the east shore. Access is afforded by the outlet channel, which is navigable from Eagle Spring Lake and through private campgrounds on the south shore. A trailer rental and one cottage are the only developments on the lake. A Milwaukee Boys Club maintained the northwest shore in its natural state. The 368 acres of equally woody and marshy wetlands adjoining its shore line classify this lake as aesthetically outstanding (Source: 1961, Surface Water Resources of Walworth County, WI: WI-DNR Lulu Lake, T-4-N, R-17-E, Surface Acres = 95, S.D.F. = 1.10, Maximum Depth = 40 feet). Mukwonago Park Pond Mukwonago Park Pond is a very small spring pond completely within the Mukwonago County Park. The pond supports largemouth bass and pan fish and contains several good springs, generally maintaining some open water year-round. Its banks are sodded to the water line. Tiling provides an outlet to Roxy Pond, also in the park (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Mukwonago Park Pond T5N, R18E, Section 29 (14) Surface Acres = 1.4, S.D.F. = 1.01 (est.), Maximum Depth = 5 feet). Peters Lake This is an aging pothole lake, heavily vegetated, with an average depth of probably three to four feet, obviously suffering annually from winterkill. A modest development of small cottages exists on the west shore; however, most dwellings are abandoned, and the lake is seldom visited except during waterfowl hunting season. Aesthetic values are high since the lake is surrounded by high gravel hills of the glacial moraine. A low gravel ridge separates the take from Swift Lake to the northeast. Emergent vegetation is found around the entire shore and opportunities for wildlife observation are excellent. Presently public access is not available (Source: 1961, Surface Water Resources of Walworth County, WI: WI-DNR Peters Lake, T-4-N, R-17-E, Surface Acres = 60, S.D.F. = 1.11, Maximum Depth = 8 feet). Pickerel Lake Pickerel Lake is a natural drainage lake managed for largemouth bass and panfish, with northern pike common to the creek in the early portion of the season. This is a small, nearly circular lake with private frontage but accessible by navigable inlet and outlet. Only three owners have lake frontage. The presence of several duck blinds suggests the importance of this small lake for pass shooting. About 50 acres of marsh adjoin the lake shores, enhancing its aesthetic value (Source: 1961, Surface Water Resources of Walworth County, WI: WI-DNR Pickerel Lake, T-4-N, R-17-E, Surface Acres = 27, S.D.F. = 1.10, Maximum Depth = 31 feet). Rainbow Springs Lake Rainbow Springs Lake is a small, irregular lake in a marshy valley of glacial deposits. Largemouth bass and pan fish comprise the fishery; however, occasional winterkill, and fluctuating water levels somewhat limit fishing opportunities. The lake is entirely within the bounds of a licensed shooting preserve and therefore lacks public access. Members of the now-defunct Rainbow Springs recreation resort used to utilize the lake for fishing and swimming. Adjoining wetlands, proximity to the Mukwonago River, and the semi-wilderness appearance of the lake basin, add to the value of this area for waterfowl, marsh fur bearers, and wildlife observation (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Rainbow Springs Lake T5N, R18E, Section 31 Surface Acres = 6.5, S.D.F. = 1.93, Maximum Depth = 12 feet). Swan Lake Swan Lake is a typical small blocked drainage lake, spring and runoff fed, managed for largemouth bass and panfish. All surrounding land is owned by one person, thus access is not available. Vegetation along shore is primarily emergent forms, and floating or submergent forms are present but not in problem proportions. A small outlet flows to Beulah Lake over a dike impounding less than 6” of water (Source: 1961, Surface Water Resources of Walworth County, WI: WI-DNR Mud Lake, T-4-N, R-18-E, Surface Acres = 23, S.D.F. = 1.04, Maximum Depth =12 feet). Roxy Pond Roxy Pond is a small elongate lake in the Mukwonago County Park. Springs and seepage are the chief water sources, and a tiled outlet carries water to a small stream tributary to the nearby Mukwonago River. Recently the lake was chemically treated to remove the fish population, and largemouth bass were introduced. Presently this species constitutes the fishery supplemented by bullheads and northern pike. Park facilities are provided for swimming and boating. Lack of emergent vegetation and the park environment limit use by waterfowl (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Roxy Pond T5N, R18E, Section 29 (16) Surface Acres = 17, S.D.F. = 1.38, Maximum Depth = 8 feet). Swift Lake Swift Lake is managed for largemouth bass and bluegills. This shallow depression in the moraine is landlocked and therefore suffers water level fluctuations and occasional winterkill. Additionally, much of the bottom is vegetated; emergent plants are found around the entire shore line. Largemouth bass were reintroduced in 1960 following a winterkill. Public access is lacking, as are commercial facilities. Considerable development and small size have reduced the potential of this lake for other than limited recreation (Source: 1961, Surface Water Resources of Walworth County, WI: WI-DNR Swift Lake, T-4-N, R-17-E, Surface Acres = 17, S.D.F. = 1.21, Maximum Depth = 12 feet). Upper Phantom Lake Upper Phantom Lake is a small, irregular lake in outwash deposits augmented in acreage by a dam with about an eight-foot head on the outlet to Lower Phantom Lake. The fishery consists of pan fish, northern pike, and largemouth bass. In 1961, algae, weed, and snail control was necessitated on the beaches. Access is available for boat launching, however, parking is prohibited. There are no adjoining wetlands of consequence (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Upper Phantom Lake T5N, R18E, Section 35 Surface Acres = 111 S.D.F. = 1.42, Maximum Depth = 29 feet). Wood Lake Wood Lake is a small kettle lake in moraine drift. A small outlet stream flows to the Mukwonago River. Largemouth bass and pan fish constitute the fishery. The water is clear and the bottom primarily gravel. The lake is in a single ownership and has retained a semi-wilderness appearance with great aesthetic value. Public access is not available. Waterfowl and marsh fur bearers make moderate use of this area (Source: 1963, Surface Water Resources of Waukesha County Wood Lake T5N, R18E, Section 33 Surface Acres = 19, S.D.F. = 1.15, Maximum Depth = 23 feet).

Date  2012

Wetland Health

Wetland Status The Mukwonago River Watershed is the smallest of the Fox River Basin watersheds (86 square miles) and lies mainly in Walworth and Waukesha counties, with a small portion falling in Jefferson County. Roughly eight percent of the current land uses in the watershed are wetlands. About 79% of the original wetlands in the watershed are estimated to exist. Of these wetlands, the majority include forested wetlands (27%) and emergent wetlands (47%), which include marshes and meadows. Wetland Condition Little is known about the condition of the remaining wetlands but estimates of reed canary grass (RCG) infestations, an opportunistic aquatic invasive wetland plant, into different wetland types has been estimated based on satellite imagery. This information shows that reed canary grass dominates three percent of the existing emergent wetland habitats and two percent of the remaining forested wetlands. Reed canary grass domination inhibits successful establishment of native wetland species. Wetland Restorability Of the 1,137 acres of estimated lost wetlands in the watershed, approximately 73% are considered potentially restorable based on modeled data, including soil types, land use, and land cover (Chris Smith, DNR, 2009). Biological Characteristics of Wetlands Based on the WDNR 2005 wetland inventory, the natural cover types in the watershed are comprised of a variety of wetland, shallow marsh, deep marsh, prairie, grassland, shrubs, and forest and pine plantation vegetation communities. The riparian buffers correspond with the moderate to very high groundwater recharge potential areas. More than 180 vegetation surveys, including wetland delineations and environmental corridor and natural area assessments, were conducted throughout the Mukwonago River watershed from 1947 through 2006. Five rare State-designated threatened plant species were found to occur in several areas of the watershed. In addition, 17 State-designated species of special concern were also observed to occur within this watershed. A total of 611 native plant species were found within the Mukwonago River watershed. Some of the most abundant species that were found during field surveys in the Mukwonago River Watershed included marsh aster, Joe-pye weed, silky dogwood, black willow, bur oak, marsh milkweed, swamp aster, and boneset , tussock sedge, beaked willow, white oak, water hemlock, ciliated brome grass, shooting star, great water dock, and swamp thistle, sage willow, prairie dropseed, hoary puccoon, shrubby cinquefoil, kittentails, woolly sedge, brook lobelia, Ohio goldenrod, death camas/white camas, and fen muhly grass. However, of the 107 nonnative species recorded, the nine most dominant invasive plant species included common buckthorn, hybrid honeysuckle, reed canary grass, glossy buckthorn, Kentucky bluegrass, deadly nightshade, garlic-mustard, multiflora rose, and smooth brome grass. The presence of these invasive nonnative species threatens the quality and abundance of native plants and wildlife species within riparian buffers. Consequently, management of nonnative invasive species is an important issue to consider in order to protect the ecological integrity of the riparian corridors within the Mukwonago River system. Invasive Species in Wetlands Nonaquatic invasive vegetation species include reed canary grass, which is very dominant throughout the watershed. Significant stands of phragmites have also been located. Invasive terrestrial vegetation species found include garlic mustard, European buckthorn, and purple loosestrife, which were found among the nonnative plants on streambanks and shoreland areas throughout the watershed.

Date  2011

Impaired Waters

This watershed contains no impaired waters to date.

Date  2011

List of Impaired Waters

Aquatic Invasive Species

Curly-leaf pondweed, Eurasian water-milfoil, and zebra mussels have spread throughout many of the lakes in the Mukwonago River Watershed. Freshwater jellyfish have also been documented in Upper Phantom Lake and milfoil hybrids have been found in Lake Beulah and a pond at Mukwonago Park. In addition, Jericho Creek and Mukwonago River have been invaded by rusty crayfish.

Date  2012

Fish Consumption Advice

No specific fish consumption advisories are in effect for waterbodies in the Mukwonago River Watershed at this time. However, the Fox River, which lies at the mouth of the Mukwonago River, does have a fish consumption advisory in effect for polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and a general fish consumption advisory for potential presence of mercury is in place for all waters of the state.

Date  2011

Groundwater

Flow in the Mukwonago River system is dependent upon groundwater discharges from multiple aquifers, including the surficial shallow sand and gravel aquifer and the shallow bedrock aquifer . Groundwater enters the spring complex upstream of Lulu Lake through “boils” from a bedrock source, entering the springs through preferential flow paths within the fractured bedrock. The sand and gravel aquifer also contributes to this spring complex, which feeds Lulu Lake. A similar relationship was reported for the Lake Beulah area which also received a small contribution of groundwater from the deep aquifer. Lake Beulah Issues Related to Village of East Troy Municipal Well No. 7 Village of East Troy municipal well No. 7, which is located in the Troy Bedrock Valley near the southwestern shore of Lake Beulah, northeast of the intersection of Stringers Bridge Road and St. Peters Road, is constructed in the shallow aquifer. The well has been online and pumping, part time, since August of 2008. Concerns regarding the effect of the well on Lake Beulah and the Mukwonago River have been raised by the Lake Beulah Management District and the Lake Beulah Protective and Improvement Association. The determination of the effects of the well is an important issue that is being studied by consultants for both the Lake Management District and the Village. The Troy Bedrock Valley, which trends through southern Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties and across Walworth County, contains up to 500 feet of glacial deposits in its deepest parts. The bedrock is close to the ground surface in locations along the sides of the Valley. Several tributary bedrock valleys project outward from the Troy Bedrock Valley. Many of the smaller tributary valleys are poorly mapped and some may be currently unknown. The glacial deposits within the Valley range from dense clay to coarse sand and gravel. Many of the sand and gravel deposits are saturated and permeable and can serve as prolific shallow aquifers that can support high-capacity wells. The Troy Bedrock Valley also contains ecologically and economically significant surface water features including streams, lakes, springs, and wetlands. Existing pumping and potential increases in pumping from the aquifers has created significant concern over the potential impact of groundwater withdrawals on these surface water features. It is difficult to quantify the impact that a well or group of wells will have on the flow system in a complex aquifer system. In summary, the Mukwonago River streamflow is highly dependent upon groundwater discharge. Hence, it is also dependent upon recharge of the local shallow aquifer that ultimately discharges into the River. Therefore, management efforts to protect and maintain groundwater recharge will help protect and sustain discharge in the Mukwonago River and its associated high quality aquatic community. The following groundwater information is for Walworth and Waukesha counties (from Protecting Wisconsin’s Groundwater through Comprehensive Planning website, http://wi.water.usgs.gov/gwcomp/), which roughly approximates to the Mukwonago River Watershed. Two municipal water systems within the Mukwonago River Watershed have wellhead protection plans: East Troy and Mukwonago. East Troy also has a wellhead protection ordinance in place. Walworth and Waukesha counties have both adopted animal waste management ordinances. From 1979 to 2005, total water use in Walworth County has increased from about 10.0 million gallons per day to 15.3 million gallons per day due to increases in all use categories. The proportion of county water use supplied by groundwater has increased from around 89% to about 99% during the period 1979 to 2005. During the same time period, total water use in Waukesha County has increased from about 28.0 million gallons per day to about 39.7 million gallons per day. The increase in total water use over this period is due to increases in all use categories except aquaculture through 2000. While domestic and commercial uses continued increasing between 2000 and 2005, public use and losses, industrial, and irrigation uses all declined. The proportion of county water use supplied by groundwater has generally been greater than 99% during the period 1979 to 2000, but decreased in 2005 to 86%. Private Wells Ninety percent of 340 private well samples collected in Walworth County and 97% of 664 private well samples collected in Waukesha County from 1990 through 2006 met the health-based drinking water limit for nitrate-nitrogen. Land use affects nitrate concentrations in groundwater. An analysis of over 35,000 Wisconsin drinking water samples found that drinking water from private wells was three times more likely to be unsafe to drink due to high nitrate in agricultural areas than in forested areas. High nitrate levels were also more common in sandy areas where the soil is more permeable. In Wisconsin’s groundwater, 80% of nitrate inputs originate from manure spreading, agricultural fertilizers, and legume cropping systems. A 2002 study estimated that 21% of private drinking water wells in the region of Wisconsin that includes Walworth and Waukesha counties contained a detectable level of an herbicide or herbicide metabolite. Pesticides occur in groundwater more commonly in agricultural regions, but can occur anywhere pesticides are stored or applied. A total of 5,128 acres of land in Walworth County are in atrazine prohibition areas. Over three quarters (76%) of 33 private well samples collected in Walworth County and 90% of 61 private well samples collected in Waukesha County met the health standard for arsenic. Potential Sources of Contamination There are no Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) in the Mukwonago River Watershed; nor are there any licensed landfills or Superfund sites within the watershed. WDNR’s Remediation and Redevelopment (RR) Program oversees the investigation and cleanup of environmental contamination and the redevelopment of contaminated properties. The RR Program provides information about contaminated properties and other activities related to the investigation and cleanup of contaminated soil or groundwater in Wisconsin through its Bureau for Remediation and Redevelopment Tracking System (BRRTS) database (WDNR 2010e). The database shows that there are 10 sites in the Mukwonago River Watershed that are specified as “open”, meaning “contamination has affected soil, groundwater, or more and the environmental investigation and cleanup need to begin or are underway.” These sites include three Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) sites and seven Environmental Repair (ERP) sites. The Petroleum Environmental Cleanup Fund Award (PECFA) program was created in response to enactment of federal regulations requiring release prevention from underground storage tanks and cleanup of existing contamination from those tanks. PECFA is a reimbursement program returning a portion of incurred remedial cleanup costs to owners of eligible petroleum product systems, including home heating oil systems. As of May 31, 2007, $24,333,140 has been reimbursed by the PECFA program to clean up 187 petroleum-contaminated sites in Walworth County. This equates to $241 per county resident, which is less than the statewide average of $264 per resident. Over $70 million has been spent in Waukesha County on petroleum cleanup from leaking underground storage tanks, which equates to $186 per county resident.

Date  2011

Watershed Documents
Watershed Grants
Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2012
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Grant For Lulu Lake & Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place along a six mile stretch of the Mukwonago River. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Carroll University students will conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2012
Waters Involved
Lower Phantom Lake
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Grant For Lulu Lake & Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place along a six mile stretch of the Mukwonago River. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Carroll University students will conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2010
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Lulu Lake -Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will undertake a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2010
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Grant For Lulu Lake & Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place along a six mile stretch of the Mukwonago River. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Carroll University students will conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2010
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Lulu Lake -Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will undertake a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2012
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Grant For Lulu Lake & Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place along a six mile stretch of the Mukwonago River. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Carroll University students will conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2012
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Grant For Lulu Lake & Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place along a six mile stretch of the Mukwonago River. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Carroll University students will conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/15/2015
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Lulu Lake And Mukwonago: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Crooked Creek Preserve, Baker Tract, and Ann Meyer preserves, on frontage owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place in Lulu Lake and Pickerel Lake. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, curly leaf pondweed, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include snorkel removal/hand pulling, hand cutting, mowing, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Coconut fiber mats with green house grown native aquatic plants will be experimentally placed (transplanted) in Lulu and Pickerel Lakes. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Nature Conservancy Interns will also assist the Eagle Spring Lake Management District by helping to staff the boat launch at Eagle Spring Lake for CBCW. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, results of the transplant experiment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2010
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Lulu Lake -Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will undertake a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2010
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Grant For Lulu Lake & Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place along a six mile stretch of the Mukwonago River. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Carroll University students will conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2010
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Lulu Lake -Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will undertake a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2012
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Grant For Lulu Lake & Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place along a six mile stretch of the Mukwonago River. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Carroll University students will conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/15/2015
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Lulu Lake And Mukwonago: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Crooked Creek Preserve, Baker Tract, and Ann Meyer preserves, on frontage owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place in Lulu Lake and Pickerel Lake. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, curly leaf pondweed, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include snorkel removal/hand pulling, hand cutting, mowing, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Coconut fiber mats with green house grown native aquatic plants will be experimentally placed (transplanted) in Lulu and Pickerel Lakes. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Nature Conservancy Interns will also assist the Eagle Spring Lake Management District by helping to staff the boat launch at Eagle Spring Lake for CBCW. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, results of the transplant experiment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/1/2012
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Proposed

The Nature Conservancy: Ais Control Grant For Lulu Lake & Mukwonago River: The Nature Conservancy will continue a mapping and removal project for several invasive species. The project will take place on the Mukwonago River, Lulu Lake, Crooked Creek and Ann Meyer preserves, all owned by the Nature Conservancy. Work will also take place along a six mile stretch of the Mukwonago River. The work will be done by a combination of Conservancy staff, volunteers and contractors. The project includes control of Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil, hybrid cattail and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal. Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species. Carroll University students will conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River. The project deliverable will be a final report that details the control methods utilized, the partnerships that assisted with the project, the result of the treatment, copies of all the maps generated and summary statistics regarding the successes and shortcomings of the treatments utilized.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2012
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Cbcw Program 2013: The Eagle Springs Lakes Management District will continue their Clean Boats, Clean Waters program in 2013. The grant covers inspections that will occur from May 2013 through October 2013. The District will hire 10 part time watercraft inspectors to staff the Eagle Springs boat launch (272 hours maximum). The inspectors will staff the launch during busy times, primarily on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. The project deliverables include 1) entry of all watercraft inspection data into the statewide database (SWIMS) and 2) a short report summarizing the 2013 season inspection program (how many boats inspected, any difficulties encountered, how many hours worked, summary statistics from SWIMS and a log of the dates/times worked).


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Lower Phantom Lake
Status
In_Progress

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom Lakes Plant Surveys And Apm Plan: The Phantom Lakes Management District will hire a contractor to conduct plant surveys and update the aquatic plant management plan for the Phantom Lakes. The plant surveys will be point intercept surveys totaling 494 points for Lower Phantom Lake and approximately 122 points for Upper Phantom Lake. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Phantom Lake
Status
In_Progress

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom Lakes Plant Surveys And Apm Plan: The Phantom Lakes Management District will hire a contractor to conduct plant surveys and update the aquatic plant management plan for the Phantom Lakes. The plant surveys will be point intercept surveys totaling 494 points for Lower Phantom Lake and approximately 122 points for Upper Phantom Lake. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Maintenance and Containment
Date
5/8/2015
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management Permit Fees: Two permit fee reimbursements for the maintainance &containment of aquatic invaisive species on Eagle Spring Lake.

Permit ID SE-2015-68-58M_ $30.00
Permit IDSE-2015-68-797 _$345.00


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Maintenance and Containment
Date
5/8/2015
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management Permit Fees: Two permit fee reimbursements for the maintainance &containment of aquatic invaisive species on Eagle Spring Lake.

Permit ID SE-2015-68-58M_ $30.00
Permit IDSE-2015-68-797 _$345.00


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2015
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring/Lulu Lakes 2015 Clean Boats Clean Waters Project: The Eagle Spring Lake Management District is sponsoring a 2015 Clean Boats Clean Waters Project on Eagle Spring/Lulu Lakes inlcuding 1 public landing.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management District 2016 Clean Boats Clean Waters: The Eagle Spring Lake Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2016 at one public boat landing on Eagle Spring/LuLu Lake.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2017
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management District 2017 Cbcw: Eagle Spring Lake Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2017 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on EAGLE SPRING/LULU.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Management District 2016 Clean Boats Clean Waters: The Lake Beulah Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2016 at one public boat landing onLake Beulah.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Lower Phantom Lake
Status
Complete

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom Lakes Management District 2016 Clean Boats Clean Waters: The Phantom Lakes Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2016 at two public boat landing on Upper and Lower Phantom Lake.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2017
Waters Involved
Lower Phantom Lake
Status
Complete

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom Lake Management District 2017 Cbcw: Phantom Lake Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2017 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on PHANTOM LAKE.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
4/1/2014
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake And Lulu Lake Clean Boats Clean Waters Project 2014: Eagle Spring Lake Management District will sponser a Clean Boats Clean Water landing inspection program at 1 public landing in 2014.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
4/1/2014
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake And Lulu Lake Clean Boats Clean Waters Project 2014: Eagle Spring Lake Management District will sponser a Clean Boats Clean Water landing inspection program at 1 public landing in 2014.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2015
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring/Lulu Lakes 2015 Clean Boats Clean Waters Project: The Eagle Spring Lake Management District is sponsoring a 2015 Clean Boats Clean Waters Project on Eagle Spring/Lulu Lakes inlcuding 1 public landing.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management District 2016 Clean Boats Clean Waters: The Eagle Spring Lake Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2016 at one public boat landing on Eagle Spring/LuLu Lake.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom Lakes Management District 2016 Clean Boats Clean Waters: The Phantom Lakes Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2016 at two public boat landing on Upper and Lower Phantom Lake.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2017
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management District 2017 Cbcw: Eagle Spring Lake Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2017 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on EAGLE SPRING/LULU.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2017
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom Lake Management District 2017 Cbcw: Phantom Lake Management District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2017 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on PHANTOM LAKE.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Army Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Army Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Bean Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Benedict Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Benedict Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Blue Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Booth Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Booth Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Cedar Grove Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Cedar Grove Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Ceylon Lagoon
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Ceylon Lagoon
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Como Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Como Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Comus Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Comus Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Cravath Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Cravath Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Cushman Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Delavan Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Delavan Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/2001
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Lmi-Df-Mukwonago River Watershed Feasibiliy Study-Eagle: Studies and Surveys to correct and improve the Watershed conditions. Consultant will see if a draw down stradegy will work. This is to update manangement plan, recommendations to residents, and hold public meetings.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.

Scope change: Additional sediment samples deemed necessary to provide information for report. Labor for sampling will be included in this grant with no cost increase to grant total or SLOH testing.

Scope change: Under budget for fish assessment, seed bank study, mussel survey, and aquatic plant survey so using it for part of a reimbursement on the Wetland Vegetation survey. This survey was in the Feasibility Study which was already submitted. There is a slight cost increase which will be funded by local funds.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
East Troy Pond (Trent)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
East Troy Pond (Trent)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Elkhorn Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Elkhorn Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Firemen Park Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Geneva Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Geneva Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Golden Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Goose Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Goose Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Goose Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Green Isle Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Hahns Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Heiden Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Hilburn Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Hilburn Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Honey Lake (Vienna)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Honey Lake (Vienna)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Hoopers Millpond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Hope Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Kurtz Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
La Grange Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
La Grange Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lake Ivanhoe
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lake Ivanhoe
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Lake Koshkonong
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lake Lorraine
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lake Lorraine
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Lake Ripley
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Lake Victoria
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lake Wandawega
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lake Wandawega
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lyons Millpond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lyons Millpond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Maunesha Flowage
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Middle Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Middle Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Mill Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Mill Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Moelter Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Moelter Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
North Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
North Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Pell Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Pell Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Perch Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Peterkin Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Peterkin Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Peters Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Peters Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Pickerel Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Pickerel Lake
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: Acq-Pickerel Lake Fen-Campbell: Purchase of approximately 39 acres of the Campbell property with 1500 feet of lake frontage. This will help to facilitate land management, maintain high water quality, and provide a link to high quality natural areas.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Pickerel Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Pleasant Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Pleasant Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Potter Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Potter Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Powers Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Powers Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Red Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Rice Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Rice Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Rock Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Rome Mill Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Rose Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Round Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Silver Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Silver Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Swan Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Swan Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Swift Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Swift Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Tombeau Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Tombeau Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Tripp Lake (Trapp)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Tripp Lake (Trapp)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Trout Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Trout Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Turtle Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Turtle Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Un Spring
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Upper Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
1/1/2001
Waters Involved
Whitewater Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Walworth County Shoreland Protection Initiative: Walworth County will implement the Shoreland Protection Initiative project that includes:
1. A baseline lakeshore inventory; 2. ten lakshore demonstration sites; 3. the preparation of lake lawn and yard nutrient management plans; 4. fact sheets on lakeshore stabilization, shoreland buffers, shoreland regulations and lawn care; 5. an annual lakeshore inventory and distribution of shoreland regulation materials; 6. formation of a Walworth Co. Lakes Association and meetings with and newsletter pertaining to Walworth Co. lakes; 7. Workshops, information packets and news articles pertaining to the Fox river Basin Partnership Team Lakes Initiative; and 8. the formation of the Walworth County Land Conservancy.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Whitewater Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Res-Shoreline Habitat Restoration-Walworth Co.: Walworth County will continue the Walworth County Lakes Specialist position for one year. The Lakes Specialist will provide educational information to lake residents regarding shoreline stabilization and shoreline restoration. The Lakes Specialist will also design shoreline restoration projects for interested landowners, provide technical assistance to contractors and hold workshops on shoreland restoration. The project deliverable will be a report containing the following: 1) copies of the shoreland restoration designs; 2) copies of the fliers for each restoration workshop and 3) details regarding the accomplishments of the Lakes Specialist over the year of the grant. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the Department of Natural Resources


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
7/1/2000
Waters Involved
Army Lake
Status
Complete

Booth Lake Management District: Booth Lake Management Plan: This project is proposed by Booth Lake Management District to be a multitasked information gathering by the District and SEWRPC on Booth Lake. Project elements are as follows: Recreation use survey, ID of citizen concerns, assessment of land use and lake use, development of a management plan, public information meetings and water quality monitoring. The water quality monitoring will consist of 1) fish survey; 2) aquatic plant survey; 3) ambient water quality and water quality modeling.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Army Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Army Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Benedict Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Benedict Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Booth Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Booth Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Cedar Grove Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Cedar Grove Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Ceylon Lagoon
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Ceylon Lagoon
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Como Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Como Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Comus Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Comus Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Cravath Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Cravath Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Delavan Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Delavan Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
1/1/1990
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management Plan: Develop a lake management plan which will include elements listed under 'Proposed Phase II Planning Program,' attached to the application. Information will be disseminated to the public by newsletter, local newspaper articles, public meetings and reportmailings. Project results will be reposited at the Village of Eagle Public Library, Town of Eagle Town Hall.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
12/23/1991
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Usgs Water Quality Monitoring & Ws Mapping: Water quality monitoring during 1992-1996. Water quality analyses and lake-depth profiles will be published annually by USGS.A watershed map will be produced. A final progress report on water quality trends in Eagle Spring Lake will be produced. USGS will make a public presentation on water quality trends in the lake.Information will be disseminated to the public by newsletter, local nespaper articles, public meetings, and summary report mailings.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/1996
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Water Quality Monitoring And Analysis: The Eagle Spring Lake Management District proposes to continue water quality monitoring on Eagle Spring Lake. The data collected will be used to assess and refine lake and watershed management activities planned for Eagle Spring Lake. The Department of Natural Resource will be provided with a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report for the project. Information about the project results will be disseminated to the public by newsletter and public meeting.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Septic Systems Evaluation: The Eagle Spring Lake Management District will: 1.) Provide information on maintenance of household onsite sewage disposal sustems to residents within the district; 2.) Conduct a visual inspection of onsite sewage disposal systems. This inspection will seek to identify failed or failing onsite sewage disposal systems; 3.) Inspectors will discuss details of the individual spetic system, any operational problems, age of system, load to system and maintenance history; 4.) Review of existing data pertaining to the soils and other pertinent information relating to the suitability of onsite sewage disposal systems in the Eagle Spring Lake area; 5.) Formulate a district on site sewerage disposal policy and make management recommendations for district consideration. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both written and electronic copies of the final report.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
1/1/1999
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management Plan: The purpose of this project is to produce a document for a SEWRPC Memorandum Report. The document will include elements of the Project WET/Adopt a Lake curricula into the lake management plans of Eagle Spring and Upper and Lower Phantom Lakes, identify any refinements to those plans and identify informational needs present in the community. The report will draw on data gathered from a recreational use survey and the DNR Self Help Monitoring Program.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2003
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Hydrolic Analysis-Phase 1: Hydraulic Analysis: Phase II contains these 3 items: a) Lake refill study will calculate potential refill times based on the last 35 years of precipitaiton records. Probability plots of refill times will be prepared to assess variability. b) Downstream impact study will include analysis of downstream floodplain impacts, analysis of potential downstream river bed scour and analysis of potential impacts to Lower Phantom Lake. c) A groundwater model will be developed by USGS for Eagle Spring and Lulu Lakes.
The project deliverables will be an electronic version and paper copy of project report containing the following elements: 1) lake refill study; 2) analysis of downstream impacts due to proposed lake drawdown; and 3) analysis of impacts to local wells.

Scope change amendment #2 in May 2005 was to add a specific line item for a sediment and coring dating study for $2000.

Scope change amendment #3 in July 2005 was to add a specific line item for development of a marl budget for Eagle Spring Lake for $4,080

The "downstream impact" line item was adjusted down $6080 on September 27, 2005 to account for this.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2003
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Sediment Impact Analysis: Phase 1 - Sediment Impact Analysis. AUSACOE sediment study consisting of: a) Collection of 12 sediment cores. 6 cores will be analyzed for phosphorus (P) release from the marl layer and 6 cores will be analyzed for P release from the organic (i.e. peat) layer. 3 cores of each will be tested in oxic conditions and 3 cores of each will be tested in anozic conditions. b) Collection of 3 sediment cores to esdtimate compaction due to sediment dewatering. c) Collection of 9 sediment cores to estimate internal phosphorus loading in the surface marl layer as a result of sediment dewatering.

A electronic version and paper copy of a report of A through C above and a separate report containing the following elements: 1) Long term water budget; 2) Analysis of the capacity of the two Eagle Spring Lake outlets(i.e.dams): 3) Mapping of potential lake bed to be exposed during a lake drawdown; and 4) Recommendations for extent of drawdown (depth, duration and rate).


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Update Lake Mgnt Plan: The Eagle Springs Lake Management District proposal is to produce an updated comprehensive lake management plan for Eagle Spring Lake. This project will 1) Compile and synthesis watershed tributary data 2) Water quality and quantity data collection 3) Aquatic plant community inventory 4) Review & identify environmentally critical areas in and around the lake 5) Assessment of recreational use and use demands on the lake 6) Review water quality and use problems 7) Determine alternative water quality management actions 8) Identify future community informational need 9) development of recommended in lake water quality management 9) Development of recommended water quality management actions 10) Conduct public information programs. Products to be produced are:1) a SEWRPC Community Assistance Planning report containing the elements listed above; 2) A comprehensive lake management plan and 3) an aquatic plant management plan.

A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Plant Survey 2016: Eagle Spring Lake Management District is sponsoring a project to update their aquatic plant management plan.

Project final deliverables: Entry of all data collected into an Excel spreadsheet and an updated APM plan.

Specific project activities: 1) Completion of an approximately 452 point intercept plant survey; 2) entry of results into an Excel spreadsheet; 3) a report with summary tables and maps; 4) upload Excel spreadsheet into SWIMS.

Special Conditions: The report should contain: 1) Summary tables listing plants found, # sites found, overall % frequency of occurrence, % relative frequency of occurrence, overall average density rating; 2) Discussion explaining what the results mean and an overall assessment of the lake plant community; 3) Distribution maps for each exotic species and the top 5-7 native plants (using P/I points); 4) A map imposed on an air photo denoting the harvester cutting paths and areas (in color); 5) Discussion of harvesting logistics- proposed location of off load site(s) and disposal site, map of disposal site, road map showing the disposal site, how often to cut, how deep to cut, how wide to cut; 6) Discussion of the typical chemical treatment strategy showing where chemical treatment typically occurs; 7) Discussion of any new proposed chemical treatment areas; 8) A table summarizing APM options/action items.

This scope summarizes the project detail provided in the application and does not negate tasks/deliverables described therein. Data, records, and reports, including GIS-based maps, and digital images, must be submitted to the Department in a format specified by the regional Lake Biologist.

If consultant is to provide final report, it is recommended that Grantee provide DNR Lake Coordinator with a draft for comment on report adequacy prior to making final payment to the consultant. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
East Troy Pond (Trent)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
East Troy Pond (Trent)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Elkhorn Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Elkhorn Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Geneva Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Geneva Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Goose Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Goose Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hilburn Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hilburn Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Honey Lake (Vienna)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Honey Lake (Vienna)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
La Grange Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
La Grange Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
3/31/1995
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Aquatic Plant Management Plan: Produce an aquatic plant survey including list of common aquatic plants and their distribution, map of plant beds, sensitive areas, shoreline development and access locations, a table of lake hydrography and morphology, description of fisheries andwildlife, and a description of lake use. Develop an aquatic plant management plan. Disseminate information to the public by public meetings, local newspaper articles, public library and sportsman's club newsletter.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Nonpoint Source Identification And Public Educat: The Lake Beulah Management District will undertake a watershed inventory/nonpoint source identification analysis and do a public education program.The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Sediment, Ground Water And Historical Analysis: The Lake Beulah Management District will undertake water quality analysis of Lake Beulah that includes sediment core sampling, ground water flow direction analysis and historical data management and analysis. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Groundwater Modeling & Mapping: The LBMD will undertake a project to understand the hydrology and hydrologic response of the Lake Beulah subwatershed. Piezometers will be installed at various locations around the lake, inlet/outlet monitoring will be conducted and a water budget for Lake Beulah will be established. The project deliverable for this grant will be the submittal of two paper copies and one electronic copy (on a CD-ROM) of the final report to the WDNR. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Summarized raw data for the piezometers; 2) Summarized inflow/outflow data; 3) Estimates of precipitation, evaporation and overland flow; 4) Modeling of groundwater contribution and aerial distribution to Lake Beulah; 5) a discussion of the accuracy of the model and 6) Results of simulations conducted on the model to evaluate impacts to the lake and groundwater during stresses (such as a high capacity well withdrawal).


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2008
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Water Quality Monitoring: The Lake Beulah Management District will hire contractors to monitor water quality to evaluate impacts to the lake such as surface water runoff and stress to the aquifer. The District would also like to study the question of whether chemical constituents can be used as tracers for groundwater in a lake. The final report will contain the following elements: 1)Results of surface water chemistry monitoring, to include two lake sites 2)Results of streamflow and stream chemistry monitoring 3)Results of private well and piezometer monitoring (5 nests) 4)Results of lake bed temperature probes (2) monitoring 5)Development of a database regarding the quality of the groundwater and surface water discharging into the lake and the natural fluctuations of the temperature of the discharging groundwater
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan (including an electronic copy of the database) will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2008
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah - Lake Management Plan: The Lake Beulah Management District will hire a contractor to update portions of the current lake management plan and to refine a previously completed water budget for the lake. This grant is directly linked to a small scale planning grant (SPL-195-09). The project deliverable will be a report containing the following elements:
1) Results of quantitative aquatic plant survey 2) Results of qualitative wetland plant survey 3) An aquatic plant management plan 4) Utilization of nutrient data from SPL-195-09 to estimate nutrient loading to Beulah Lake. 5) Summary of results of data currently being collected by the District - stream flow data, groundwater level at 7 sets of well nests, lakebed temperature monitoring, and private well sampling. 6) Results of the development of a new groundwater flow model and updated water budget calculation.

The Grantee must provide a draft copy of the report to Heidi Bunk (DNR lakes biologist). Two paper copies and one electronic .pdf copy of the final report must be submitted to the DNR prior to the submission of the grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah P/I Survey And Apm Plan Update: The Lake Beulah Management District is sponsoring a project to update their aquatic plant management plan.

Project final deliverables: Entry of all data collected into an Excel spreadsheet and an updated APM plan.

Specific project activities: 1) Completion of an approximately 996 point intercept plant survey; 2) entry of results into an Excel spreadsheet; 3) a report with summary tables and maps; 4) upload Excel spreadsheet into SWIMS.

Special Conditions: The report should contain: 1) Summary tables listing plants found, # sites found, overall % frequency of occurrence, % relative frequency of occurrence, overall average density rating; 2) Discussion explaining what the results mean and an overall assessment of the lake plant community; 3) Distribution maps for each exotic species and the top 5-7 native plants (using P/I points); 4) A map imposed on an air photo denoting the harvester cutting paths and areas (in color); 5) Discussion of harvesting logistics- proposed location of off load site(s) and disposal site, map of disposal site, road map showing the disposal site, how often to cut, how deep to cut, how wide to cut; 6) A brief discussion regarding the typical shore pickup schedule; and 7) A table summarizing APM options/action items.

This scope summarizes the project detail provided in the application and does not negate tasks/deliverables described therein. Data, records, and reports, including GIS-based maps, and digital images, must be submitted to the Department in a format specified by the regional Lake Biologist.

If consultant is to provide final report, it is recommended that Grantee provide DNR Lake Coordinator with a draft for comment on report adequacy prior to making final payment to the consultant. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
3/31/1995
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah Outlet
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Aquatic Plant Management Plan: Produce an aquatic plant survey including list of common aquatic plants and their distribution, map of plant beds, sensitive areas, shoreline development and access locations, a table of lake hydrography and morphology, description of fisheries andwildlife, and a description of lake use. Develop an aquatic plant management plan. Disseminate information to the public by public meetings, local newspaper articles, public library and sportsman's club newsletter.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Ivanhoe
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Ivanhoe
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Lorraine
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Lorraine
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Wandawega
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Wandawega
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
1/1/1999
Waters Involved
Lower Phantom Lake
Status
Complete

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom Lake Management Plan: This project is one of two planning grant projects for the Eagle Spring and Phantom Lake Watershed. The project involves 1) a recreational use survey; 2) quantification of water quality conditions; 3) teacher training inservice session for the Project WET/Adopt a Lake program, 4) production of a report for inclusion in SEWRPC documents; 5) determination of planning needs and 6) public information programming.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
11/1/1999
Waters Involved
Lower Phantom Lake
Status
Complete

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom/Eagle Springs Project Wet: Phantom Lake Management District proposes to complete a recreational use survey on area lakes. The following items will be some of the deliverable results of this project; project WET teacher training In-Service; iIntegration of project WET and Adopt-A-Lake in school districts. This will be a coopertive project between Upper and Lower Phantom Lakes and Eagle Springs Lake districts. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.
Expand the project description to include review and update jurisdictional boundaries to include all riparian properties. Develop and implement an ordianace for inspection and pumping of private sewage systems installed prior to 1979. PLMD will perfom a private sewage system evaluation. This evaluation will consist of a field study within the identified area to visually evaluate the type, status, and use of their private sewage disposal systems. Public meeting will be conducted and educational materials will be provided during these field contacts with district residents. Results of sewage system evaluation will be used to as imput to the Lake Mgt. Plan.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lulu Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lyons Millpond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lyons Millpond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Middle Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Middle Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mill Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mill Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Moelter Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Moelter Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/1996
Waters Involved
Mukwonago Park Pond
Status
Complete

Waukesha County: Mukwonago Park Pond Eurasian Watermilfoil Weevil Study: Waukesha County proposes to evaluate the effect of the supplemental enhancement of weevil populations as a selective aquatic plant management technique to control Myriophyllum spicatum. Project activites will result in a field evaluation of experimental weevil stocking, a status report and presentation to the lake group, and a final report including feasibility recommendations. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information about the project will be disseminated to the public by fact sheet distribution, public meeting, and summary report mailing.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Update Lake Mgnt Plan: The Eagle Springs Lake Management District proposal is to produce an updated comprehensive lake management plan for Eagle Spring Lake. This project will 1) Compile and synthesis watershed tributary data 2) Water quality and quantity data collection 3) Aquatic plant community inventory 4) Review & identify environmentally critical areas in and around the lake 5) Assessment of recreational use and use demands on the lake 6) Review water quality and use problems 7) Determine alternative water quality management actions 8) Identify future community informational need 9) development of recommended in lake water quality management 9) Development of recommended water quality management actions 10) Conduct public information programs. Products to be produced are:1) a SEWRPC Community Assistance Planning report containing the elements listed above; 2) A comprehensive lake management plan and 3) an aquatic plant management plan.

A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Plant Survey 2016: Eagle Spring Lake Management District is sponsoring a project to update their aquatic plant management plan.

Project final deliverables: Entry of all data collected into an Excel spreadsheet and an updated APM plan.

Specific project activities: 1) Completion of an approximately 452 point intercept plant survey; 2) entry of results into an Excel spreadsheet; 3) a report with summary tables and maps; 4) upload Excel spreadsheet into SWIMS.

Special Conditions: The report should contain: 1) Summary tables listing plants found, # sites found, overall % frequency of occurrence, % relative frequency of occurrence, overall average density rating; 2) Discussion explaining what the results mean and an overall assessment of the lake plant community; 3) Distribution maps for each exotic species and the top 5-7 native plants (using P/I points); 4) A map imposed on an air photo denoting the harvester cutting paths and areas (in color); 5) Discussion of harvesting logistics- proposed location of off load site(s) and disposal site, map of disposal site, road map showing the disposal site, how often to cut, how deep to cut, how wide to cut; 6) Discussion of the typical chemical treatment strategy showing where chemical treatment typically occurs; 7) Discussion of any new proposed chemical treatment areas; 8) A table summarizing APM options/action items.

This scope summarizes the project detail provided in the application and does not negate tasks/deliverables described therein. Data, records, and reports, including GIS-based maps, and digital images, must be submitted to the Department in a format specified by the regional Lake Biologist.

If consultant is to provide final report, it is recommended that Grantee provide DNR Lake Coordinator with a draft for comment on report adequacy prior to making final payment to the consultant. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
North Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
North Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pell Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pell Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Peterkin Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Peterkin Pond
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Peters Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Peters Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2001
Waters Involved
Phantom Lake
Status
Complete

Phantom Lake Management District: Phantom Lake Management Plan-Phase 1: Preparation of a lake management plan for the Phantom Lakes. Project Goals: 1)update and quantify the description of existing conditions. 2)Identify existing and potential future water quality. 3)Assess the degree and intensity of recreational water use. 4)assess the response of aquatic plants in the Lakes to external nutrient loads and the impact. 5)formulate appropriate management actions. This is the first phase of project. Phantom Lakes Mgt. District will hold an informational meeting during the planning program to inform interested persons of the studies and update lake mgt. plan recommendations.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2001
Waters Involved
Phantom Lake
Status
Complete

Phantom Lake Management District: Upper & Lower Phantom Lakes Planning Program: This is Phase II of a comprehensive planning program for Upper and Lower Phantom Lakes. This proposal complements and completes the planning program initiated during 2000 with Phase I. Phase II activities will develop, analyze, and identify feasible alternative management measures for the Lakes.
The deliverables include a SEWRPC Community Assistance Planning Report, or equivalent, at least two public informational meetings to be held during the project period, and the distribution of targeted informational materials at the annual meeting of the District.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pickerel Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pickerel Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pleasant Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pleasant Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Potter Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Potter Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Powers Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Powers Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Rice Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Rice Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Silver Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Silver Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Swan Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Swan Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Swift Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Swift Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Tombeau Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Tombeau Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Tripp Lake (Trapp)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Tripp Lake (Trapp)
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Trout Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Trout Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Turtle Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Turtle Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
3/31/1995
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Aquatic Plant Management Plan: Produce an aquatic plant survey including list of common aquatic plants and their distribution, map of plant beds, sensitive areas, shoreline development and access locations, a table of lake hydrography and morphology, description of fisheries andwildlife, and a description of lake use. Develop an aquatic plant management plan. Disseminate information to the public by public meetings, local newspaper articles, public library and sportsman's club newsletter.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Whitewater Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lake Community Planning Inventory-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to 99 units of government and lake associations in Walworth County that are directly involved with the 36 lakes in Walworth County. The survey will inquire about institutional tools, laws, ordinances, studies and educational programs that currently exist or are needed. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Whitewater Lake
Status
Complete

Walworth Cnty Land Use & Res Mgt: Lakehore Landowners Survey Grant-Walworth Co.: The Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department will develop a survey to send out to approximately 6000 lakeshore landowners. The survey will inquire about landowner knowledge, views, perceptions and interest in water quality problems and water quality protection measures. The project deliverables include a copy of the survey and the final report containing the analysis of the completed surveys.

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2008
Waters Involved
Lake Beulah
Status
Complete

Lake Beulah Management District: Lake Beulah Trophic State Assessment: The Lake Beulah Management District will utilize volunteers to collect samples for TSI monitoring. This grant is directly linked to a large scale grant (LPL-1255-09). The project deliverable will be a report containing the following elements:

1) Results of sampling conducted at five sampling stations (2 deep holes), during five times per year. The samples taken will be for chlorophyll a and total phosphorus, using the USGS protocol. Results will be sent to the CLMN database. Samples will be analyzed by the State Lab of Hygiene.
2) Results from two years of sampling as described above will be in the report.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lower Phantom Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Mukwonago: Storm Water Plan Development: To develop municipal runoff ordinances in compliance with Chapter NR151, map the area's drainage systems, develop a stormwater management plan, provide for public involvement & education.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
1/1/2008
Waters Involved
Lower Phantom Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Mukwonago: Sw Utility Formation: To cost-share analysis and development of a storm water utility or alternative storm water financing mechanism.


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
4/1/2000
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Waukesha County Land Conservancy: Mukwonago River Video: The Waukesha Land Conservancy proposes to develop a video of the Mukwonago River to be used for educational programs on the river protection efforts and recruitment of new members.


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
7/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Mukwonago River-Watershed Nutrient Study: The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects.
Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist.
Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation.
A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
7/1/2006
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Mukwonago River Plan: Develop a management and protection plan to enhance the water quality and biological integrity of the stream and its riparian corridor.

A full description of the project scope and deliverables is available in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
7/1/2007
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
In_Progress

Phantom Lake Management District: Planning For Mukwonago & Lower River Basin: This is part of a multi phased program to gather information, assess, response and determine how best to coordinate and cooperate on projects with Phantom Lakes Management District, Lake Beulah , Eagle Springs Management Districts, The Nature Conservancy and Friends of the Mukwonago River. This project will also result in a stream protection plan, data, information and analyses of the upper reaches of the Mukwonago River. All of the data and information collected will included in a single comprehensive river protection plan. The results will also be communicated to the citizens through I&E programs of the Friends of the Mukwonago River, The Nature Conservancy and governmental meetings.

When the grant is complete, the Department will look for every single deliverable, even minor ones, and if they are not adequately addressed, only partial reimbursement (at the department's discretion) will be made to the applicant.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is available in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report which entails all the items in the project description. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
7/1/2008
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Friends Of The Mukwonago River, Inc.: Organizational Development- Mukwonago River: Enhance both internal and external measures of organizational effectiveness.
This project would include: 1) Hire staff to enhance internal support and establish external partnerships and public outreach and membership building. Develop a strategic plan. 2) Increase public exposure to information on the Mukwonago and its watershed via website, publications and presentation while crafting a priority action plan for fundraising, organizational growth, educational outreach and further accomplishment of mission objectives. 3) Develop website, publications, new or enhanced partnerships, an event to highlight the Mukwonago River, and produce a project summary.
A final report incorporating all of the project deliverable will be provided. The Department will require 2 hard copies and one electronic version of the report.


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
7/1/2011
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

Friends Of The Mukwonago River, Inc.: Organizational Capacity Building - Phase 2: The Friend\2019s of the Mukwonago River group proposes to hire part-time staff and institute a volunteer program. This project will support efforts to implement Phase 2 of their organizational capacity building plan. Goals and objectives will include:

- Implement sustainable financial and organizational development practices
- Institute youth camp watershed service learning program
- Build comprehensive membership and volunteer program
- Activate, educate, and engage general population and targeted organizations, business, and riparian populations in villages, towns, and counties

The project area includes the entire Mukwonago River watershed. A final project report will be submitted to the WDNR. The total project costs are $24,590 with a proposed grant award of $10,000.


Grant Details
River Protection Grant
Date
7/1/2007
Waters Involved
Mukwonago River
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: The Nature Conservancy - Mukwonago River: 1) Successfully drawdown two impoundments on the upper Mukwonago river followed by removal of the two dams with negative impact down stream. 2) Permanently mitigate the risk of either dam breaching causing negative impacts down stream. 3) Restore the functional wetland system to the areas of the current impoundments by recreating approximately 15 acres of wetland. 4) Repair several areas around the two impoundments that have been altered by the fisheries operation to return features to historic conditions. All stated products & project deliverable stated in the grant request shall be met.

When the grant is complete, the Department will look for every single deliverable, even minor ones, and if they are not adequately addressed, only partial reimbursement (at the department's discretion) will be made to the applicant.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is available in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report which entails all the items in the project description. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Monitoring & Projects

Projects including grants, restoration work and studies shown below have occurred in this watershed. Click the links below to read through the text. While these are not an exhaustive list of activities, they provide insight into the management activities happening in this watershed.

Monitoring Studies

Lakes Baseline and Trends Monitoring River Monitoring to comply with Clean Water Act implementation - water quality standards: use designations, criterion, permit issuance and compliance, assessments and impaired waters management. Fisheries projects include a wide variety of “baseline” monitoring and targeted fieldwork to gain specific knowledge related to Wisconsin’s fish communities. In close cooperation with UW Extension and Wisconsin Sea Grant, education efforts focus on working with resource professionals and citizens statewide to teach boaters, anglers, and other water users how to prevent transporting aquatic invasive species when moving their boats. Additional initiatives include monitoring and control programs. Volunteer Monitoring The Citizen Lake Monitoring Network, the core of the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership, involves over 1,000 citizen volunteers statewide. The goals are to collect high quality data, to educate and empower volunteers, and to share this data and knowledge. Volunteers measure water clarity, using the Secchi Disk method, as an indicator of water quality. This information is then used to determine the lakes trophic state. Volunteers may also collect chemistry, temperature, and dissolved oxygen data, as well as identify and map plants, watch for the first appearance of Eurasian water-milfoil near boat landings, or alert officials about zebra mussel invasions on Wisconsin lakes. Monitoring work in this watershed consists of lake monitoring and surveys for water quality, aquatic plants, aquatic invasive species, and ice observations. Volunteer Stream Monitoring in the Mukwonago River Watershed Two Volunteer Stream Monitoring stations have been monitored by four volunteers from 2003 through 2010 in the FX06-Mukwonango River Watershed. One station is located in the Mukwonago River at Beulah Road, and the other is located in Jericho Creek at County Highway LO. Both stations are monitored using Level 1 procedures and are entered into the Water Action Volunteers (WAV) database (http://www.uwex.edu/erc/wavdb/). On average, stations in the watershed were monitored monthly from May through October for biotic index, flow, dissolved oxygen, instantaneous temperature and transparency. Volunteers also collected macroinvertebrates twice a year to determine a biotic index for each stream monitored. Streams are considered in poor quality if biotic index is between 1.0-2.0, fair quality if between 2.1-2.5, and in good quality if the index is between 2.6-3.5. Generally, biotic index values rated streams in the watershed to be in fair to good quality (ranging from 2.3-3.5), except on one field event in Jericho Creek on 08/03/2005. The lack of stoneflies in the stream during the field event dropped the biotic index to 1.8, indicating poor quality. In general, Jericho Creek had biotic index scores between fair and good quality ranges. Stream flow was only measured at Jericho Creek and varied depending on season and local weather patterns each year. Generally, there was a higher flow rate in the spring than late summer and fall. Average stream flow measurements for the twenty-eight field events was18.4 cubic feet per second (cfs) and ranged from 0.7 to 43.4 cfs. Overall, volunteers recorded dissolved oxygen levels in the watershed ranging from 5-14 mg/l, which are sufficient to sustain aquatic life. Temperature measurements, used to classify streams as cold, cool or warm water habitats, and which are indicative of the ability of a habitat to sustain aquatic species, were manually recorded at both stations. Maximum instantaneous temperatures were below 25°C for all streams, suggesting they may be cold water streams. Stream transparency measurements indicated good water quality with 100% of measurements less than 10 NTU in both streams.

Date  2012

Volunteer Monitoring

Two Volunteer Stream Monitoring stations have been monitored by four volunteers from 2003 through 2010 in the FX06-Mukwonango River Watershed. Both stations are monitored using Level 1 procedures and are entered into the WAV database (http://www.uwex.edu/erc/wavdb/). On average, stations in the watershed were monitored monthly from May through October for biotic index, flow, dissolved oxygen, instantaneous temperature and transparency. Volunteers collect macroinvertebrates twice a year to determine a biotic index for each stream monitored. Streams are considered in poor quality if biotic index is between 1.0-2.0, fair quality if between 2.1-2.5, and in good quality if the index is between 2.6-3.5. Generally, biotic index values rated streams in the watershed to be in fair to good quality (ranging from 2.3-3.5), except on one field event at Jericho Creek at County Highway LO, CBSM-683299 (Jericho Creek) on 08/03/2005. The lack of stoneflies in the stream during the field event dropped the biotic index to 1.8, indicating poor quality. In general, Jericho Creek had biotic index scores between fair and good quality ranges. Stream flow was only measured at Jericho Creek and varied depending on season and local weather patterns each year. Generally, there was a higher flow rate in the spring than late summer and fall. Average stream flow measurements for the twenty-eight field events was18.4 cubic feet per second (cfs) and ranged from 0.7 to 43.4cfs. Overall, volunteers recorded dissolved oxygen levels in the watershed ranging from 5-14mg/l, which are sufficient to sustain aquatic life. Temperature measurements, used to classify streams as cold, cool or warm water habitats, and which are indicative of the ability of a habitat to sustain aquatic species were manually recorded both stations. Maximum instantaneous temperatures were below 25°C for all streams; suggesting they may be cold water streams. Stream transparency measurements indicated good water quality with 100% of measurements less than 10 NTU in both streams.

Date  2012

Grants and Management Projects
Mukwonago River Watershed

Goals

10/4/2011
The public and private dams in the Mukwonago River Watershed should be inspected and maintained in accordance with state regulations. Consideration should be given to the future use and impacts of these dams.
10/4/2011
Tier 2–Restoring connectivity and habitat quality between the tributary streams and the mainstem of the Mukwonago River. (SEWRPC, 2010)
10/4/2011
Tier 1-Restore connectivity and habitat quality between the mainstem of the Mukwonago River and the Fox River, the mainstem of the Mukwonago River upstream of Lower Phantom Lake, the mainstem of the Mukwonago River flowing into Eagle Spring-Lulu Lakes, and the unnamed tributary stream upstream of Lake Beulah and Lake Beulah. (SEWRPC, 2010)
10/4/2011
Public outreach should be continued or implemented on the value of the resources in the watershed.
10/4/2011
Additional information on endangered and threatened resources in the watershed should be obtained and tracked.
10/4/2011
Stormwater management efforts should consider watershed resources such as environmental corridors, habitat, and open space. Stormwater management in the Mukwonago River Watershed should also be implemented considering the overall impacts to the resources, and strategically located in areas that will provide the greatest benefit to the resources.
10/4/2011
Tier 3–Expanding the connection of highest-quality fish, mussels and other invertebrates, and habitat sites within subwatersheds. (SEWRPC, 2010)

Priorities

10/4/2011
Runoff from previously developed and developing areas can have a significant negative impact to water quality and habitat through the introduction of urban pollutants, sediment, and nutrients, as well as high or flashy flows, to the Mukwonago river and its tributaries.
10/4/2011
There is a lack of adequate stream buffers in portions of the watershed.
10/4/2011
Highway runoff contributes urban pollutants, sediment, and nutrients, as well as high or flashy flows, to local waterways.
10/4/2011
Aquatic invasive species are present and should be monitored and controlled in consideration with established management plans.
10/4/2011
Wetlands are severely impacted by reed canary grass (reduced diversity).
10/4/2011
Sedimentation from bank erosion impacts water quality and available habitat.
Watershed Recommendations
Control Invasive Species
Controlled Invasive Species In and Near Lulu Lake
Date
Status
Worked to control Phragmites, purple loosestrife, reed canary grass, buckthorn, Eurasian water milfoil and narrow leafed cattail. Control methods include hand pulling, hand cutting, backpack chemical treatment and beetle rearing/dispersal.
4/1/2010
Proposed
Projects
 
Hire County Aquatic Invasives Coordinator
 
Date
Status
Hire Aquatic Invasives (AIS) County Coordinator - Waukesha
1/1/2011
Not Proposed
Projects
 
Information and Education
Educate boaters about invasive species
Date
Status
Nature Conservancy interns in canoes will also intercept boaters utilizing the channel between Lulu and Eagle Springs and speak about reversing their motors to prevent the spread of exotic species
4/1/2012
Proposed
Projects
 
Information and Education
 
Date
Status
Coordinate outreach efforts to improve awareness of the valuable resources in the Mukwonago River Watershed.
10/4/2011
Proposed
 
Map Invasive Species
Mapped invasive species at Lulu Lake
Date
Status
4/1/2010
Proposed
Projects
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Mukwonago River Temp
Date
Status
More data collect, continuous monitoring, biology not showing impairment. AU: 897059; ID: 10029281
5/1/2018
Proposed
Projects
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Jericho Creek Temp
Date
Status
Need more data, was this instantaneous or continuous collection by volunteer or staff AU: 18111; ID: 683299
5/1/2018
Proposed
Projects
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Monitored water quality on the Mukwonago River
Date
Status
Conduct water quality sampling on the Mukwonago River
4/1/2012
Proposed
Projects
 
Protect Riparian or Shorelands
 
Date
Status
Plan developments with consideration for protection and / or enhancement of natural resources and habitat areas that define the unique character of the Mukwonago River Watershed.
10/4/2011
Proposed
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
 
Date
Status
Consider the many unique and threatened / endangered resources in the Mukwonago River Watershed when planning and implementing stormwater controls.
10/4/2011
Proposed
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
 
Date
Status
Coordinate planning and implementation of construction and long-term stormwater management controls in the Mukwonago River Watershed among local, county and state authorities, including state transportation projects.
10/4/2011
Proposed
 
Water Quality Planning
 
Date
Status
Aquatic resources, including fish and aquatic plants, in the Mukwonago River Watershed should be monitored and managed in consideration of existing and revised plans. Evaluation of the plans over time should be done to review and revise the success of the activities and available resources.
10/4/2011
Proposed
 
Water Quality Planning
 
Date
Status
Mukwonago
7/1/2010
In Progress
Projects
 
Mukwonago River WatershedWater Plans and PartnershipsRead the Watershed Plan

The Nature Conservancy is a private, non-profit conservation organization, whose mission is to preserve the plants, animals, and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. For centuries, early settlers and their descendents have cared for the lands in the Mukwonago River Watershed, making it one of the highest quality waterways in the state. In 1983, The Nature Conservancy joined that partnership, first protecting and later purchasing the former Milwaukee Boys Club Camp. Today, the Conservancy owns 1,274 acres within the watershed and has helped to protect an additional 360 acres through its work with individual landowners and partner organizations. A group of dedicated volunteers has been vital in helping staff maintain an active science and land management program. The Conservancy owns four preserves in the Mukwonago Watershed, including: Lulu Lake Preserve (438 acres), Crooked Creek Preserve (197 acres), Pickerel Lake Fen (78 acres), and the Newell and Ann Meyer Nature Preserve (374 acres). In addition, the Southeast Fox Partnership Team has taken an active interest in preserving remaining high quality, undeveloped lands and water features in the area. Within the Southeast Fox Basin, the Mukwonago River Watershed has outstanding remaining natural features the partnership considers worthy of preservation. Networking with other interested parties, the partnership anticipates developing a strategy that will preserve these key natural resource features for future generations to study, use and enjoy. In 2006, as part of the Wisconsin Ephemeral Pond Project (WEPP), the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission began intensive mapping to update the digital Wisconsin Wetland Inventory in southeast Wisconsin. Improved mapping methods, applied to recent high-resolution digital imagery, allow the new maps to identify previously unmapped wetlands, including ephemeral ponds. WEPP began monitoring selected ephemeral ponds to characterize the variety of types, their ecological significance, and to develop guidelines for protection and restoration. This project builds on initial mapping efforts, involving citizens in the inventory and monitoring process. This project is being piloted in 2008 in Southeastern Wisconsin’s coastal counties.

Date  2012

Watershed History Note

The Village of Eagle in Waukesha County is located in the Mukwonago River watershed. Eagle's water tower stands on the very place where one of the largest glacial diamonds was found in 1876. The diamond may have been transported to that site by glaciers during one of the Ice Ages. It was found when Charles Woods was digging a well at the summit of what is today called Diamond Hill. Eventually his wife, Clarissa Woods, took it to a jeweler, Samuel B. Boynton from Milwaukee, who thought the stone was a topaz. Boynton offered her one dollar for the stone, but she did not immediately accept the offer. When Boynton finally purchased the stone, he took it to Chicago and had the stone examined by a gemologist and found out it was a rough diamond weighing 15.37 carats and was valued at $700.00. When news leaked out about the stone, Clarissa Woods filed suit on Mr. Boynton, feeling that she had been cheated. The suit between Clarissa Woods and Mr. Boynton lasted for several years. However, Clarissa Woods lost the case. During this time, Boynton sold the diamond to Tiffany's in New York City for $850.00. The diamond remained uncut because they could not prove possession. It remained at Tiffany's until the First World War. Then, J.P. Morgan bought the diamond as a gift for The American Museum of Natural History, in New York City. It was placed in the J.P. Morgan exhibit along with the Star Sapphire of India and the de Long Ruby. On October 29, 1964, the Eagle Diamond became part of the national headlines. A major jewelry theft occurred from the American Museum of Natural History, where 24 stones were stolen from the fourth floor of the museum. The star Sapphire of India (563 carats) and the de Long Ruby and the Eagle Diamond (valued at $25,000 at the time) were taken. The total value of the theft was $410,000.00. Most of the stones were recovered, but the Eagle Diamond disappeared. The Eagle Diamond was not the largest diamond at the American Museum of Natural History, but it was part of one of the most dramatic events in the museum's history.

Date  2010