Watershed - Menomonee River (MI03)
Menomonee River Watershed

Details

The Menomonee River Watershed covers 136 square miles in portions of Washington, Waukesha and Milwaukee counties. The Menomonee River originates in wetlands near the Village of Germantown and the City of Mequon and runs south, southeast for about 32 miles where it meets the Milwaukee and Kinnickinnic Rivers in the Milwaukee Harbor. Nearly all of the land area in this watershed is within incorporated municipalities. Forty-two percent of the land is covered by urban uses. Grasslands (22%), agriculture (17%) forests (8%) and wetlands (7%) make up most of the remaining land uses. There are no named lakes within this watershed. Some park ponds provide for some recreational opportunities for urban fishing.

Date  2001

Nonpoint and Point Sources

Urban nonpoint pollution is a concern throughout the watershed. Sediment from construction sites and organic pollutants (leaves & grass clippings) from residential areas are two examples of urban runoff pollutants that wash into storm sewers where they contribute phosphorus to local waterways causing low oxygen conditions. All the communities in the watershed hold DNR Municipal Stormwater permits designed to reduce the nonpoint pollution that enters local waterways through their storm sewer system. Since 17 percent of the landscape remains agricultural, pollut­ed runoff due to farming activities remains a concern in this watershed.

Date  2010

Ecological Landscapes for Menomonee River Watershed

Ecological Landscapes

The Menomonee River watershed is located primarily in the Southern Lake Michigan Coastal Ecological Landscape, in the southeastern corner of Wisconsin along Lake Michigan. The landforms in this Ecological Landscape are characteristic of glacial lake influence, with ridge and swale topography, clay bluffs, and lake plain along Lake Michigan. Further inland, ground moraine is the dominant landform. Soils typically have a silt-loam surface overlying loamy and clayey tills. The historic vegetation in the northern part of this Ecological Landscape was dominated by sugar maple-basswood-beech forests with some oak while the southern part was dominated by oak forest, oak savanna and prairies. Wet, wet-mesic, and lake plain prairies were common in this area. Black ash and relict cedar and tamarack swamps were found in this Ecological Landscape. Today, most of the area is dominated by dairy and cash grain agriculture and intense urban development. Only about 8% of the Ecological Landscape is forested. Maple-beech forests are about half of the remaining forest types with the remainder split equally between oak-hickory and lowland hardwood forest types. There are some areas of wet-mesic and wet prairie but only small preserves remain since the landscape is heavily disturbed and fragmented. Because of this isolation, fragmentation, and high level of disturbance, non-native plants are abundant.

Date  2010

Hydrologic Features

Stream and wetland modification, urban and rural runoff, construction site erosion and industrial point sources of pollution are the major contributors to degraded water and habitat quality within this watershed. Over eight miles of stream are listed on the 303(d) list as impaired. Many streams in this watershed have been concrete-lined, or straightened to convey floodwaters off the land faster. Flooding continues to be a major concern in this watershed. The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District is implementing several flood control projects in this watershed. Over five miles of the Little Menomonee River has been designated as the Moss American Superfund Site. Creosote contaminated sediments within the river have caused extensive environmental damage, and negotiations are underway with U.S. EPA and the responsible party for implementing a clean up remedy. For more information about the Moss American Superfund Site, please see the following: http://www.epa.gov/region5superfund

Date  2001

Fisheries

Following the recent removal of the Falk Corporation Dam and concrete drop structure on the Menomonee River, seasonal runs of Lake Michigan trout and salmon create fishing opportunities in publicly accessible areas up to the Lepper Dam in the Village of Menomonee Falls. Most fish species resident in the streams of this watershed are tolerant of pollution and habitat degradation. Some streams within this watershed are enclosed or diverted under roads for some of their length which further restricts habitat for aquatic life.

Date  2001

Wildlife and Habitat

The fishery in the watershed has been and continues to be dominated by species that can tolerate low dissolved oxygen and other water quality impairments. The proportions of such tolerant fish species have all increased over the last 100 years as shown in Appendix F. Most notable is the exotic invasive common carp species, which has increased from 2 percent to nearly 40 percent of the catch from 1975 to present. Carp are likely having a negative effect on the overall fishery in this watershed by destroying habitat and competing with native fish species for food and spawning areas. The data also indicates an apparent, relatively recent, gain of six species in the watershed. Notable species were the brook trout, brown trout, smallmouth bass, black crappie, walleye, and greater redhorse. These species were all observed in the lower portions of the Menomonee River and seem to be associated with the removals of the Falk dam and the drop structure at N. 45th Street. Other species that have increased in abundance include small mouth bass, an intolerant fish species, and walleye, which is probably indicative of the WDNR’s stocking conducted pursuant to walleye population restoration efforts in the Lower Milwaukee River and Harbor since 1995 (SEWRPC 2007a). Despite this increase in the overall number of fish species, there has been a decrease in the percent of native fishes in the Menomonee River watershed. Most notable losses include several intolerant species including the blacknose shiner and spottail shiner, the least darter and redside dace, which are species of special concern in the State of Wisconsin, and the greater redhorse which is a threatened species in the State of Wisconsin. Additional species that have not been observed since 1975 include the southern redbelly dace, northern redbelly dace, and grass pickerel. Two toxic sites are currently being remediated in the watershed. Efforts to clean up the Little Menomonee River are nearly done while work on the Burnham Canal is just beginning. Over five miles of the Little Menomonee River, from its confluence with the Menomonee River north to Brown Deer Road, were designated as a Superfund Site in 1984. Creo­sote contaminated sediments discovered in 1971 caused extensive environmental damage. The project involved the removal of contaminated groundwater and sediment. A treatment system is still in place to address remaining contami­nated groundwater. The final major clean up phase finished in 2009 but EPA will review the site at least every five years until 2026 at which time it may be eligible for removal from the Superfund list.(EPA 2009) The Burnham Canal used to be a federally authorized navigation channel but, as of 1987, is no longer being dredged. The site is located in the in­dustrial Menomonee River Valley just upstream from the Milwaukee Estuary Area. Contaminants of concern include six heavy metals (cadmium, copper, lead, nickel, silver and zinc) and Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs). In July of 2008, the responsible party signed an agreement with EPA to conduct a Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study for the Site. The RI/FS is currently in progress. The expected completion date is December 2010. (EPA Website)

Date  2010

Menomonee River Watershed At-a-Glance

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

Perhaps the most visible indications that the Menomonee River and its tributaries have been highly modified can be seen in sections of waterways where both the stream bed and banks are lined with con­crete. About 8 percent of the streams in the watershed are concrete-lined or enclosed. (SEWRPC 2010) Honey Creek is an example of a tributary that has lost most of its in-stream and riparian habitat. The stream begins in the city of Greenfield as wetland and overland drainage before entering a 3.2 mile long concrete channel that meanders into the City of West Allis. At the north end of McCarty Park (Milwaukee County Park System), the stream becomes totally enclosed for approximately 2.1 miles until it emerges just north of Interstate 94 near the City of Wauwatosa. It then flows through additional lined sections for approximately 2 miles before joining the Menomonee River in Hart Park. Lined streams provide almost no habitat and also degrade conditions in unlined downstream steam sections by creating highly erosive flow velocities during wet weather conditions and excessively warm water during low flow conditions. In 2009, the MMSD recently removed a section of concrete channel lining Un­derwood Creek as part of a multi-phase flood control project. Channel obstructions further degrade instream habitat and restrict fish passage. The watershed contains 36 dams and concrete drop structures and 269 culverts and bridges (SEWRPC 2010). Removal of the Falk dam in the Menomonee River Valley was completed in February 2001. Although this low head dam was easily overtopped during high-flow events, it was a significant barrier during low flow periods for many fish species. The N. 45th Street drop structure, which was also a significant migratory fish barrier, was removed and about 1,000 feet of concrete channel was replaced with a rock channel in the early 2000s.

Date  2010

Watershed Trout Streams
Watershed Outstanding & Exceptional Resources

Lakes and Impoundments

There are no named lakes within this watershed; however there are park ponds that provide opportunities for urban fishing.

Date  2010

Wetland Health

Wetland Status The Menomonee River Watershed extends into portions of Washington, Waukesha and Milwaukee counties. The Menomonee River originates in wetlands near the Village of Germantown and the City of Mequon and runs south, southeast for about 32 miles where it meets the Milwaukee and Kinnickinnic Rivers in the Milwaukee Harbor. Nearly all of the land area in this watershed is within incorporated municipalities. An estimated 5% of the current land uses in the watershed are wetlands. Almost 43% of the original wetlands in the watershed are estimated to exist. Of these wetlands, forested wetlands (72%) and emergent wetlands (15%), which include wet meadows and marshes, dominate the landscape. Wetland Condition Little is known about the condition of the remaining wetlands but estimates of reed canary grass 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 57% of the existing emergent wetlands and 26% of the remaining forested wetlands. Reed Canary Grass domination inhibits successful establishment of native wetland species. Wetland Restorability Of the 5,997 acres of estimated lost wetlands in the watershed, approximately 51% are considered potentially restorable based on modeled data, including soil types, land use and land cover (Chris Smith, DNR, 2009).

Date  2010

Potentially Restorable Wetland Analysis

Impaired Waters

Currently, 11 miles of stream are included on WDNR’s 303(d) list as impaired. The most common impairment is unsafe bacterial levels. The table on the following page shows the 2008 impaired waters in this watershed, as well as waters proposd for listing based on new information for the 2010 Clean Water Act reporting cycle. Below is an example of our online information for impaired waters in the state.

Date  2010

List of Impaired Waters

Aquatic Invasive Species

The red swamp crayfish was discovered in a stormwater pond near the Menomonee River in Washington County in August 2009. The DNR implemented control actions to remove these animals and is currently monitoring the site.

Date  2010

Watershed Documents
Watershed Grants
Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Early Detection and Response
Date
8/16/2011
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
In_Progress

Village Of Germantown: Filling Community Library Pond: Red Swamp Crayfish (Procambarus clarkii), an NR 40 prohibited species, are present in two ponds in the Village of Germantown. The Village of Germantown will fill in the police stormwater pond as part of a larger eradication attempt. The pond will be drained. Inlet water will be piped through the pond. Approximately 2/3 along the length of the bank will be excavated and the spoils will be placed at the bottom of the pond. The pond will be filled in for a period of 2 to 3 years with donated road pavement millings. A temporary access road will be built for construction equipment to access the pond. The pond will be capped off with topsoil and temporary seeding. The project also includes staff time primarily by the Village Engineer to design and oversee the project.

Project deliverables include 1) before and after photographs of the project site with accompanying text to explain the photographs and 2) a daily activity journal to be completed by the Village Engineer detailing the decisions made and the construction sequence during the project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Early Detection and Response
Date
4/1/2013
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Wisconsin Department Of Natural Resources: Esquire Estate Ponds, Red Swamp: The Department of Natural Resources (Department) will hire a contractor between May and August 2013 to complete the bank manipulation project around the perimeter of Esquire Estates Pond, located in Germantown, WI. The purpose of the project is to complete the Red Swamp Crayfish eradication project started in the fall of 2011. The banks of the pond served as a burrowing refuge for the crayfish. This project serves to prevent the crayfish from burrowing. The Department completed construction on the majority of the pond perimeter bank in the winter of 2012. The project is part of a federal grant (EPA-R5-GL2011-1) to eradicate a NR 40 prohibited species, Red Swamp Crayfish from two locations in Germantown and one location in the City of Kenosha.

The contractor will complete the shaping of the banks for the 1100 feet of the perimeter that remains, place and secure 12 ounce road fabric, place #2 stone to a depth of approximately 4 inches, place rip rap along 80 feet of the perimeter, remove two large trees, and prepare the access sites for grass restoration after construction. The length of the bank manipulation is approximately 1100 feet. The project footprint is approximately 1500 square feet.

The project deliverable will be a photo essay of the construction project and a quarterly report to the EPA regarding the entire project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Allis Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Allis Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Amy Bell Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Amy Bell Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Barton Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Barton Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Beaver Dam Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Beaver Dam Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Beck Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Beck Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Boltonville Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Boltonville Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Brickyard Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Brickyard Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Druid Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Druid Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Ehne Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Ehne Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Erler Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Erler Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Gilbert Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Gilbert Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hartford Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Hartford Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hasmer Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Hasmer Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hawthorn Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Hawthorn Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hickey Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Hickey Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Keowns Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Keowns Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Kohlsville Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Kohlsville Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Five
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lake Five
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Lenwood
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lake Lenwood
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Twelve
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lake Twelve
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lehner Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lehner Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lent Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lent Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Little Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Little Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Little Drickens Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Little Drickens Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Little Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Little Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lohr Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lohr Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lowes Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lowes Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lucas Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lucas Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Malloy Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Malloy Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mayfield Pond (Schwietzer)
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Mayfield Pond (Schwietzer)
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
McConville Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
McConville Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Miller Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Miller Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Monches Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Monches Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mueller Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Mueller Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Murphy Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Murphy Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Newburg Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Newburg Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Paradise Valley Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Paradise Valley Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pike Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Pike Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Proschinger Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Proschinger Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Quas Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Quas Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Radtke Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Radtke Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Rockfield Quarry Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Rockfield Quarry Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Schwietzer Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Schwietzer Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Silver Lake (Paradise Valley)
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Silver Lake (Paradise Valley)
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Smith Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Smith Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Tilly Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Tilly Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Wallace Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Wallace Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Werner Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

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


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Werner Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Habitat
Date
10/1/2010
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
In_Progress

Menomonee River Area Of Concern Fish Passage: The proposed project will remove concrete from the bed of the
Menomonee River for a distance of 1,000-ft and replace it with
a series of engineered pools and riffles with a rock substrate.
This project would remove the final downstream fish passage
barrier between Lake Michigan, the Milwaukee Estuary, and
the stream and wetland habitats in the Menomonee River
watershed. Most significantly, the project would restore Lake
Michigan and Estuary potamodromous fish stock access to 37-miles of stream and over 1,000 acres of historical spawning, rearing and over-wintering deep water habitat.


Grant Details
Nearshore Health and NPS
Date
10/1/2010
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Proposed

Develop Multiple Tmdls For The Menomonee River Watershed: The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District proposes to develop third-party pathogen, phosphorus, and sediment TMDLs for the Menomonee River Watershed in Southeastern Wisconsin.
The TMDLs will result in pollutant load and wasteload allocations that must be met to meet water quality standards and targets and in implementation plans that will identify the steps needed to achieve the load and wasteload allocations.


Grant Details
Nonpoint Source Mgmt
Date
1/22/2007
Waters Involved
Milwaukee River
Status
Complete

Friends Of Milwaukee'S Rivers Demonstration Project For Sustainable Stormwater Management: Implement a demonstration project for sustainable stormwater management practices in an urban neighborhood in Milwaukee.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Allis Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Amy Bell Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Barton Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Beaver Dam Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Beck Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Boltonville Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Brickyard Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Druid Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Ehne Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Erler Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Gilbert Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Hartford Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Hasmer Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Hawthorn Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Hickey Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Keowns Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Kohlsville Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Five
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Lenwood
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Twelve
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lehner Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lent Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Drickens Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lohr Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lowes Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lucas Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Malloy Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mayfield Pond (Schwietzer)
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Mayfield Pond (Schwietzer)
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
McConville Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Miller Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Monches Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mueller Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Murphy Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Newburg Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Paradise Valley Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Pike Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Proschinger Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Quas Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Radtke Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Rockfield Quarry Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Rockfield Quarry Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Schwietzer Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Silver Lake (Paradise Valley)
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Silver Lake (Paradise Valley)
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Smith Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Tilly Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Wallace Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Werner Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


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

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

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


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2003
Waters Involved
Mitchell Park Pond
Status
Complete

Milwaukee County: Milwaukee Co. Pond & Lagoon Mgt. Plan-Phase 1: This project will collect and compile existing information on park ponds, lakes and lagoons. The plan will set priorities for restoration, seek public input on uses of each waterbody, and classify each waterbody. Project deliverable will be a plan for management options for each classification of waterbody. This plan will outline how the Department of Public Works and the Milwaukee County Parks will change or modify their daily operations in managing each classification or type of waterbody. Reimbursable costs will be staff time(county staff). This grant only covers a small portion of the costs of the entire plan.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2003
Waters Involved
Mitchell Park Pond
Status
Complete

Milwaukee County: Milwaukee Co.Pond & Lagoon Mgt. Plan-Phase 2: This grant will cover consultant costs (most likely University students) to collect water quality and sediment samples as well as lab costs for analyzing samples. Parameters will be determined in June 2003. Project deliverable will be a plan for management options for each classification of waterbody. This plan will outline how the Department of Public Works and the Milwaukee County Parks will change or modify their daily operations in managing each classification or type of waterbody.


Grant Details
Targeted Runoff - Urban Construction
Date
1/4/1999
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Complete

Village Of Menomonee Falls: Lilly Road/Fond Du Lac Avenue Channel: To provide urban cost-sharing for the 99-TRM grant for the Lilly Road/Fond du Lac Avenue channel streambank project


Grant Details
Targeted Runoff - Urban Construction
Date
10/1/2000
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Complete

Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District: Hoyt Park: to provide c-s reimbursement for the Hoyt Park Grade Control & Streambank Stabilization TRM project


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2002
Waters Involved
Little Menomonee River
Status
Complete

City Of Milwaukee: 91st & Dean Wet Detention Basin: To cost-share @50% design & construction of wet detention basin at 91st & Dean


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2003
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Complete

City Of Wauwatosa: Stormwater Inlet Replacement: To cost-share @ 50% replacement of stormwater inlets with catch basins.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Complete

City Of Wauwatosa: Hart Park Infiltration System: To cost-share development & installation of an infiltration system to provide treatment of storm water stored in the Hart Park underground reservoir.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Complete

City Of Wauwatosa: Inlet Replacements: To replace 77 storm water inlets with catch basins with sumps.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2008
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Complete

City Of Wauwatosa: City-Wide Rain Gardens: To cost-share implementation of a City-sponsored program to encourage & remunerate homeowners & businesses to install rain gardens on their respective properties in an effort to advance the goals of the City's Municipal Storm Water permit.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2008
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Complete

City Of Wauwatosa: Sw Inlet Replacements: To cost-share installation of catch basins in conjunction with on-going street replacement projects throughout the City in furtherance of the pollution reduction goals established by the Municipal Storm Water permit.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2004
Waters Involved
New Zoo Pond
Status
Complete

Milwaukee County Dpw - 2nd Floor: Zoo - Elk & Pony Yard: to c-s @50% installation of runoff management project at Elk & Pony year of Zoo


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2004
Waters Involved
New Zoo Pond
Status
Complete

Milwaukee County Dpw - 2nd Floor: Zoo - Lake Evinrude Streambank: to c-s at 50% 1,000' of shoreline on Lake Evinrude in the Zoo


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2004
Waters Involved
New Zoo Pond
Status
Complete

Milwaukee County Dpw: Zoo - Wash Bay & Rerouting: to costshare at 50% installation of wash bay and rerouting of discharge


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2003
Waters Involved
Underwood Creek
Status
Complete

Village Of Elm Grove: Stormwater Retention Storage Sites: to c-s @50% design & construction of retention ponds


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2003
Waters Involved
Underwood Creek
Status
Complete

Village Of Elm Grove: Underwood Creek Streambank Stabilization: to c-s @50% streambank protection BMPs along Underwood Creek


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2002
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Village Of Germantown: Lake Park Pond Rehabilitation - Continuation: To cost-share at 50% rehab construction of Lake Park ponds -- combining this grant with $100,000 carryover from MNR-67131-N


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2003
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

City Of Brookfield - Dpw: Kinsey Park Streambank Stabilization: to c-s installation of streambank protection at Kinsey Park


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2003
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Milwaukee County Dpw: Wisconsin Avenue Lagoon Pond #2: Co cost-share @50% completion of Pond #2 of the County Ground's Wisconsin Avenue Lagoon project


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2002
Waters Involved
Wood Creek
Status
Complete

City Of West Allis: A-C Wet Detention Basin: to cost-share at 50% land acquisition, design & construction of Allis-chalmers basin


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
1/1/2004
Waters Involved
Underwood Creek
Status
Complete

Village Of Elm Grove: Stormwater Utility Evaluation & Establishment: to costshare at 70% analysis of stormwater utility formation.


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
7/1/2009
Waters Involved
Menomonee River
Status
Complete

Milwaukee Riverkeeper: Master Plan & Nr Mgnt Of Milw Central Park: Assemble a plan in cooperation with the City of Milwaukee that will address. 1) a prioritized map for restoration of invasive removal 2)Mapping an 11.5 mile of shared multi use trails 3)Location of critical area of Butlers garter snake for biotic integrity 4) location and design of public access points 5) integration of other plans into Central park plan including trail connection 6) Evaluation of recreational use (off leash dog walking- fishing piers, access improvements and portage improvements. Public outreach is also a major component. The final report including all of the points above along with proof of public outreach will be provided via 2 hard copies of the report and one electronic version


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

Milwaukee Riverkeeper: Identifying Stream Passage Impediments In The Menomonee River: The project proposal is to identify and prioritize stream impediments for removal along the natural mainstream reaches of the Menomonee and Little Menomonee Rivers, including several major tributaries. This will be done by identifying and documenting barriers, analyzing impacts of each barrier, prioritizing barrier removals, educating/involving public, and working with local municipalities and counties to address impediments. The overall goal is to improve fish passage and public access.

A GIS database will be developed to include, stream barrier locations, types and removal priority. A final report will be incorporated into a watershed restoration plan. Public outreach materials will also be created. The report and information will be shared with government agencies to make decisions on implementing best management practices to improve the targeted streams. Total project costs are $50,000 with a grant award of $10,000.


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

Milwaukee Riverkeeper: Capacity Building Grant: The Friends of Milwaukee's Rivers is initiating an agency capacity building project. The purpose of the grant is to bring the goals of clean water, improved wildlife habitat and sound land use to the public. One goal is to make the organization known through outreach to the community. A second goal is to build a significant financial base. And to recruit new board members.

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 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.


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.

Grants and Management Projects
Menomonee River Watershed
Watershed Recommendations
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
 
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
8/5/2013
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
 
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
5/21/2013
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
 
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
5/21/2013
In Progress
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Habitat Restoration - Instream
Honey Creek Habitat Restoration
Date
Status
Opportunities exist to restore some of the traditional in-stream and riparian habitat that existed in the watershed before urbanization, while providing more stormwater buffer zone in this densely urbanized area.
2/1/2016
In Progress
 
Hire County Aquatic Invasives Coordinator
 
Date
Status
Hire Aquatic Invasives (AIS) County Coordinator - Ozaukee
1/1/2011
Not Proposed
Projects
 
Hire County Aquatic Invasives Coordinator
 
Date
Status
Hire Aquatic Invasives (AIS) County Coordinator - Milwaukee
1/1/2011
Not Proposed
Projects
 
Hire County Aquatic Invasives Coordinator
 
Date
Status
Hire Aquatic Invasives (AIS) County Coordinator - Waukesha
1/1/2011
Not Proposed
Projects
 
TMDL Development
 
Date
Status
The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District proposes to develop third-party pathogen, phosphorus, and sediment TMDLs for the Menomonee River Watershed in Southeastern Wisconsin. The TMDLs will result in pollutant load and wasteload allocations that must be met to meet water quality standards and targets and in implementation plans that will identify the steps needed to achieve the load and wasteload allocations.
10/1/2010
Proposed
Projects
 
TMDL Implementatoin
Menomonee River TMDL
Date
Status
Third-party pathogen, phosphorus, and sediment TMDLs for the Menomonee River Watershed in Southeastern Wisconsin.
9/21/2012
In Progress
 
Menomonee River WatershedWatershed History Note

The City of Wauwatosa developed along the banks of the Menomonee River in Milwaukee County. The river provided a route from the north of the state to the City of Milwaukee and out to Lake Michigan. From the west came the Watertown-Milwaukee Plank Road, which intersected with the Menomonee River in Wauwatosa at what is now known as the Harwood Avenue bridge. Plank roads had been used in European countries, and state governments saw them as means to move agricultural products to markets since farmers could use their own vehicles; such roads were cheaper to construct than railroads. Between 1846 and 1871, 135 turnpike and plank road companies were organized and chartered by the Wisconsin legislature. Plank roads were typically constructed of wood planks two inches thick and eight feet long, which were nailed to four-inch-square stringers at a 90-degree angle. Tolls were charged for traveling on the roads, usually one-cent per mile for single animal vehicles and an additional half-cent per animal hauling a vehicle. A typical drive from Milwaukee to Green Bay with a team would cost $3.78. Between 1852 and 1871, there was a gradual decrease in charters granted, and plank roads eventually fell out of favor, in part, because they did not prove to be as profitable as had been expected. Rather than make necessary costly repairs, many owners abandoned the roads. The abandonment by private owners and lack of public interest in maintaining the roads, prompted the legislature to authorize and direct town supervisors to declare such roads a public highway, if the owners had neglected to make repairs or collect tolls for a period of 60 days or more. The towns then assumed responsibility for repair. Although several of Wisconsin's plank roads continued to carry large volumes of traffic until the early 1900s, the majority were abandoned in the wake of railroad development during the 1860s and 1870s. Although the plank roads themselves have disappeared from the landscape, some of the routes exist as parts of Wisconsin's road system. For example, the Watertown Plank Road travels from Milwaukee to Watertown on much of the original route and retains the historic name in some urban areas.

Date  2010

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