Watershed - Upper Door County (TK06)
Upper Door County Watershed

Details

The Upper Door County Watershed is located in Door County and is 183,693 acres in size. It contains 102 miles of streams and rivers, 25,485 acres of lakes and 24,541 acres of wetlands. It is dominated by forest (34%), agriculture (31%), grassland (14%) and wetlands (13%), and is ranked high for nonpoint source issues affecting streams and groundwater.

Date  2010

Ecological Landscapes for Upper Door County Watershed

Ecological Landscapes

The Door County Watershed is located in the Northern Lake Michigan Coastal Ecological Landscape which is located in northeastern Wisconsin, and includes Green Bay and the northern part of the Door Peninsula. Its landforms consist of the Niagara escarpment, a prominent dolomite outcropping along the east side of Green Bay, a lacustrine plain along the west side of Green Bay, and ground moraine elsewhere. Low sand dunes and beach ridges that support Great Lakes endemics and many other rare species are found along the Great Lakes shoreline. The influence of Lake Michigan moderates extreme temperatures. Soils are very diverse; in some areas, lacustrine sands are found overlying clays or bedrock within only a few feet of the surface. In the Door Peninsula, soils are typically stony loamy sands to loams. Poorly drained sands are common in the lake plain or in depressions between dunes and beach ridges. On the western side of Green Bay, the ground moraine is composed mostly of moderately well drained, rocky sandy loams, interspersed with lacustrine sands and clays, and peat and muck also common. Historic vegetation included maple-basswood-beech forest, hemlock-hardwood forest, northern white cedar swamp, hardwood-conifer swamp, wet meadows, and coastal marshes. Conifer dominated upland forests that resemble the boreal forest were present along Lake Michigan; they contain a significant component of white spruce and balsam fir. Cliffs, sinkholes, and dolomite ledges are associated with the Niagara Escarpment. Current vegetation consists of more than 60% non-forested land, most of which is in agricultural crops, with smaller amounts of grassland, wetland, shrubland, and urbanized areas. Forested lands are dominated by maple-basswood, with smaller amounts of lowland hardwoods, aspen-birch, and lowland conifers. High quality areas of exposed alkaline bedrock beach occur on the northern Door Peninsula, providing habitat for many rare plants. Several islands lie off the Door Peninsula and these also provide critical habitat for rare species and colonially nesting birds.

Date  2010

Watershed Documents
Watershed Grants
Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Arbter Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Big Marsh
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Bradley Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Butler Pond
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Clark Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Coffee Swamp
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Dunes Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Europe Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Forestville Flowage
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lake Michigan
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Little Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Little Marsh
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Little Sturgeon Bay
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Lost Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Mackaysee Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Mink River Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Pinney Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Pluff Pond
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Schwartz Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Sturgeon Bay
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Thorp Pond
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Upper Lost Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Voecks Marsh
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Zoo Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Ais Coordination Project: The Door County Land and Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct an aquatic invasive species (AIS) education, prevention, planning and control project in partnership with the Door County Invasive Species Team during the period of October 2005 - December 2007. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department's Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grant application, dated July 29, 2005. The project includes hiring a coordinator; integrating and coordinating AIS control efforts with recruitment and training sessions for volunteers; identifying and recording locations of priority problem species; developing county-wide control plans for purple loosestrife, Phragmites, reed canary grass and other AIS; measuring the success of control measures; creating an AIS control equipment loan program; holding Demonstration Control Field Days to increase volunteer knowledge of monitoring and control techniques; coordinating the township volunteer invasive species monitors; conducting "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" and rusty crayfish workshops; managing an AIS database, website and advertising; designing and distributing AIS fact sheets; assisting partners in developing AIS control projects and obtaining funding for their implementation; and obtaining additional funding to implement county-wide control projects and maintain the coordinator position. A mid-term progress report and a final report summarizing the two-year project will be provided to DNR.

The grantee will provide the DNR Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator with a draft of the final report for comment on report adequacy prior to requesting final reimbursement. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to, submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Nearshore Health and NPS
Date
10/1/2010
Waters Involved
Lake Michigan
Status
Proposed

Egg Harbor Beach And Boat Trailer Parking Lot Improvements: The Village is proposing to repave an 18’ wide strip of pavement (the drive aisle) with a pervious strip that will reduce the volume of runoff leaving the parking lot. The Village would also make improvements to divert a greater portion of the runoff from the parking lot to the existing biofilter.


Grant Details
Nearshore Health and NPS
Date
10/1/2010
Waters Involved
Lake Michigan
Status
Proposed

Establishment Of Regional Rapid Method Test Facilities In Wi: This project would expand existing (Racine and/or Milwaukee Counties) and establish new rapid test method labs in the Lake Superior region (serving Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Iron Counties), Door County (Serving Brown, Door, and Kewaunee counties), and Manitowoc (serving Manitowoc and Sheboygan counties). This project would provide all infrastructure required including all equipment and training needed to start using the qPCR rapid test methods. By leveraging current testing facilities (Ashland, Sturgeon Bay, Manitowoc, Racine, and Milwaukee) and using this capital investment all of Wisconsin's coastal waters would be able to get beach testing results within 4 hours.


Grant Details
Nearshore Health and NPS
Date
10/1/2010
Waters Involved
Sturgeon Bay
Status
Proposed

Implementation Of Bmps At Beaches To Improve Water Quality: The project will focus on developing a cost share program for the construction of practices for reducing storm water contamination at seven beaches throughout the County. These seven beaches completed the preliminary and final design process for addressing storm water run off and discharge to their beaches and are therefore eligible to participate in the SWCD’s beach contamination reduction implementation project.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Arbter Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Big Marsh
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Bradley Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Butler Pond
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Clark Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Coffee Swamp
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Dunes Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Europe Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Forestville Flowage
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
5/24/1996
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: Acq-Kangaroo Lake Land Acquisition - Michelsen Property: The Nature Conservany will acquire approximately 60 acres of land situated along the west side of the north end of Kangaroo Lake 1) to create a significant buffer for the large undisturbed wetland/shallow marl lake system, 2) to protect the north end of the lake from large scale development, and 3) to protect the property's dolomite planteau which is a probable recharge site of the shallow aquifer that feeds the lake through springs near share and in Peil Creek. Approximately 12 acres adjacent to County E (Maple Rd.) on the west edge of the property consists of an old field of predominately low herbaceous vegetation. The remainder of the property is forested. Shrubs grow on the lake edge of the shoreline ridge. The acquisition of this property is part of the sponsor's Kangaroo Lake/Piel Creek Complex plan. The primary goals of the property's management are contained in the Kangaroo Lake/Peil Creek Project Management Plan and include 1) to maintain or improve the water quality of Piel Creek and the integrity of the riparian corridor of the creek and the lake shoreline; to protect and restore as necessary, natural hydrologic systems, and 2) to preserve and enhance the site's native plant and animal communities, ensuring that the entire gradient of natural communities represented is protected; to protect the forest areas from further fragmentation or logging.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2002
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

The Nature Conservancy: Acq-Kangaroo Lake Land Acquisition (Ritger): The Nature Conservancy proposes to purchase for conservancy purposes 83.2 acre parcel on Kangaroo Lake known as the Ritger parcel.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2004
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

Kangaroo Lake Association, Inc.: Res-Kangaroo Lake Bulrush Restoration Project: The Kangaroo Lake Association proposes to conduct an experiment with the re-establishment of native bulrushes within the southern slow-no-wake area on Kangaroo Lake. Hard-stem bulrush (Schoenoplectus acutus) and soft-stem bulrush (Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani) would be planted in plots at different lengths from the shoreline and monitored to verify if they establish and expand. A report detailing the findings with recommendations will be supplied to the Kangaroo Lake Association and the Department of Natural Resources in hardcopy and PDF format.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Michigan
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Marsh
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Sturgeon Bay
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lost Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mackaysee Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mink River Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Pinney Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Pluff Pond
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Schwartz Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Sturgeon Bay
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Thorp Pond
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Upper Lost Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Voecks Marsh
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/1/1998
Waters Involved
Zoo Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Lco-Door County Inventory Of Surface Water Resources: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct a phased approach to the development of protection strategies for its waters including lakes. This phase of the project will collect and analyze information regarding surface water resources in order to develop specific implementation recommendations for phase II indlucing upgrading regulatory programs. Project deliverables shall include a draft and final report containing: 1) an inventory and classification of county inland lakes; 2) appropriate supporting data and maps and; 3) recommendations specifying phase II implementation activities including proposed regulatory standards for shoreland and lake protection. Electronic copieis will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.


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

City Of Sturgeon Bay: Little (Bradley) Lake Planning Grant Ph 2: the City of Sturgeon Bay proposes to conduct a lake planning project (Phase 2) which will develop a final report and actions including the following:

1. **9** Recommendations
2. **9** Design/construction plans
3. **9** Public participation process and summary


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

City Of Sturgeon Bay: Little (Bradley) Lake Planning Grant Phase 1: The City of Sturgeon Bay proposes to conduct a lake planning project (Phase 1) that will develop an appraisal report and conceptual designs including the following:

1. **9** Public participation integration
2. **9** Watershed delineation w/ pollutant load estimate
3. **9** Lake water quality appraisa
4. **9** Aquatic Plant survey
5. **9** Fish harvest appraisal
6. **9** Conceptual rehabilitation plan


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2005
Waters Involved
Clark Lake
Status
Complete

Ridges Sanctuary Inc: Clark Lake Water Quality, Biotic Eval & Strategic Plan Study Phase 1: The Ridges Sanctuary in cooperation with the Clark Lake Association proposes to conduct water quality and biotic evaluation and strategic planning in the Clark Lake watershed in Door County. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted January 30, 2005. Phase 1 of the study will include lake and river water quality sampling, stream flow measurements, macroinvertebrate sampling, coordinator, and faculty associated with overall study, macroinvertebrate and fishery study components.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2005
Waters Involved
Clark Lake
Status
Complete

Ridges Sanctuary Inc: Clark Lake Water Quality, Biotic Eval & Strategic Study Phase 2: The Ridges Sanctuary in cooperation with the Clark Lake Association proposes to conduct water quality and biotic evaluation and strategic planning in the Clark Lake watershed in Door County. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted January 30, 2005. Phase 2 of the study will include the marl/turbidity study, the fishery habitat component, Hines Emerald dragonfly survey, septic system survey, graduate student salary for sampling, historic record review, and beginning the hydraulic modeling.

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


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Clark Lake
Status
Complete

Ridges Sanctuary Inc: Clark Lake Water Quality, Bioltic Evaluation & Strategic Plan Study Ph 4: The Ridges Sanctuary in cooperation with the Clark Lake Association proposes to conduct water quality and biotic evaluation and strategic planning in the Clark Lake watershed in Door County. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted August 1, 2005. Phase 4 of the study will include lake water quality sampling for marl/turbidity sampling and analysis in 2006 student assistance, UWSP coordinator, and faculty associated with overall study.

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


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Clark Lake
Status
Complete

Ridges Sanctuary Inc: Clark Lake Water Quality, Biotic Evaluation & Strategic Plan Study Ph 3: The Ridges Sanctuary in cooperation with the Clark Lake Association proposes to conduct water quality and biotic evaluation and strategic planning in the Clark Lake watershed in Door County. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted August 1, 2005. Phase 3 of the study will include lake water quality sampling for winter 2006 and fall macroinvertebrate sampling, student assistance, UWSP coordinator, and faculty associated with overall study.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Clark Lake
Status
Complete

Ridges Sanctuary Inc: Clark Lake Water Quality, Biotic Evaluation & Strategic Plan Study Ph 5: The Ridges Sanctuary in cooperation with the Clark Lake Association proposes to conduct water quality and biotic evaluation and strategic planning in the Clark Lake watershed in Door County. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted January 30, 2006. Phase 5 of the study will include lake and tributary water quality sampling and analysis, continuous flow monitoring, travel costs and student assistance associated with overall study.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Clark Lake
Status
Complete

Ridges Sanctuary Inc: Clark Lake Water Quality, Biotic Evaluation & Strategic Plan Study Ph 6: The Ridges Sanctuary in cooperation with the Clark Lake Association proposes to conduct water quality and biotic evaluation and strategic planning in the Clark Lake watershed in Door County. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted January 30, 2006. Phase 6 of the study will include aquatic macrophyte survey, sensitive area survey and mapping, and faculty, staff, and student assistance associated with overall study.

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


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

Door County: Dunes Lake Watershed Study Ph 2: Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department proposes to conduct monitoring on Dunes Lake and its watershed to better understand the watershed contributions to Dunes Lake. The monitoring results will used to educate and inform the public about the lake and effects of land use practices on water quality. Data collected from this effort will be used to develop a management plan and implementation strategy for the Dunes Lake watershed. The project elements and deliverables will be completed as described in the project proposal submitted to the Department and dated July 31, 2008.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2009
Waters Involved
Dunes Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Dunes Lake Watershed Study Ph 3: Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department proposes to continue to assess surface and groundwater impacts to Geisel Creek and Dunes Lakes in a multi-phased project. Phase 3 will focus on the role of groundwater in the water budget and nutrient loading in Geisel Creek and Dunes Lake through the delineation of the hydrologic connections between surface and groundwater in the watershed. Specifically, phase 3 will contract with UW-Madison graduate student to investigate the hydrology of the Dunes Lake watershed, determine a water budget for Dunes Lake, delineate the zone of groundwater contribution to at least three springs, evaluate the nutrients present in groundwater and surface water samples taken throughout the watershed, investigate the use of viral tracing from the treatment ponds, and develop a final report. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted to the Department dated February 1, 2009.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2009
Waters Involved
Dunes Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Door County Dunes Lake Watershed Study Ph 4: AMENDED SCOPE: Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department proposes to continue to assess the connectivity between surface and groundwater hydrology of the Dunes Lake watershed. This is a multi-phased project to help define pollutant sources to Dunes Lake. Specifically, phase 4 will collect water quality samples to investigate connectivity through chemical analysis. The results of this phase will be summarized in a final report. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted to the Department dated July 30, 2009.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/1997
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

Kangaroo Lake Association, Inc.: Kangaroo Lake Milfoil Weevil Study: Kangaroo Lake Association proposes to document the distribution and evaluate the potential of the aquatic weevil, Euhrychiopis lecontei as a Eurasian Watermilfoil control agent on Kangaroo Lake. Project activies will result in a field evaluation of experimental weevil stocking, a status report and presentation to the lake group, and a final report including feasibility recommendations.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2002
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

Kangaroo Lake Association, Inc.: Kangaroo Lake Comp Lake Mgt Plan Dev. Ph 2: Kangaroo Lake Association proposes to conduct studies and develop a comprehensive lake management plan for Kangaroo Lake. The study will take place in two phases. This is phase 2 and will include an inventory of native and exotic aquatic plants, an assessment of the lake's shoreline condition concerning natural habitat and buffering areas, and data analysis and report development. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and electronic copy of the final lake management plan.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2002
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

Kangaroo Lake Association, Inc.: Kangaroo Lake Comp Lake Mgt Plan Dev. Phase 1: Kangaroo Lake Association proposes to conduct studies and develop a comprehensive lake management plan for Kangaroo Lake. The study will take place in two phases. This is phase 1 and will include public participation and education, plan development discussions with the project steering committee, preliminary assessments of the Kangaroo Lake watershed, lake water quality analysis and modeling, and data analysis and report development. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and electronic copy of the final lake management plan.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2014
Waters Involved
Dunes Lake
Status
Complete

Door County: Dunes Lake Prot & Feas. Study: Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department proposes to hire an Engineering/Consulting firm to complete a feasibility study. The developed concept plan will identify and evaluate passive treatment technologies that can be implemented to reduce nutrient loads from the wastewater treatment lagoons. The plan will include planning level cost estimates and a summary of the operation and maintenance of the passive polishing cell system. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted to the Department dated January 31, 2014.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2014
Waters Involved
Kangaroo Lake
Status
Complete

Kangaroo Lake Association, Inc.: Kangaroo Lake Shroreline Pres. & Rest. Plan: Kangaroo Lake Association proposes to undertake a shoreline preservation and restoration planning and implementation project. Kangaroo Lake Association will obtain and disseminate information, conduct educational opportunities, develop action plans and begin implementation of shoreline restoration activities by assisting lake land owners to place dropped trees in the water along their shoreline and assessing and planting bulrush along shoreline where they once thrived. The project elements and deliverables are specified in the grant application materials submitted to the Department dated January 22, 2014.


Grant Details
Targeted Runoff - Rural Construction
Date
8/10/2005
Waters Involved
Shivering Sands Creek
Status
Complete

Door County: Shivering Sands/Haberli Project: To cost-share retrofit of manure storage and runoff practices to address violations of performance standards.


Grant Details
Targeted Runoff - Rural Construction
Date
8/10/2005
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Door County: Logan Creek/Lautenbach Site: To cost-share installation of manure storage and barnyard runoff practices to address violations of performance standards on the Gerald Polster farm within the Hibbards Creek sub-watershed.


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
2/15/2016
Waters Involved
Fish Creek
Status
Complete

Town Of Gibraltar: Fish Creek Improvement And Protection Plan: The Town of Gibraltar is sponsoring a project to develop a community based Improvement and Protection Plan for Fish Creek.

Project final deliverables include: all data collected, agendas and minutes for planning meetings, and a river management plan that includes methodologies, results, and management alternatives discussion with an implementation plan.

Specific project activities include: 1) Evaluate existing nutrient and flow data for Fish Creek; 2) Develop a model to estimate flow, sediment, and nutrients to Fish Creek; 3) Gather sociological information and solicit participation in the planning process; 4) Develop a 9-Key element watershed based plan and an improvement and protection plan that addresses groundwater infiltration and water flow in Fish Creek while reducing stormwater runoff. The plan will also identify strategies to address invasive species and restore and protect fishery and wildlife habitat.

Special Conditions: 1) Draft sociological/user surveys must be reviewed and approved by the Department before being initiated.

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

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


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
Upper Door County 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.
6/24/2013
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.
5/1/2012
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
 
Hold Workshops
 
Date
Status
5/16/2011
Proposed
Projects
 
Monitor Fish Tissue
Confirm FCA: IW pre-2000 data
Date
Status
11/15/2011
Proposed
Projects
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Lilly Bay Creek Biology fIBI
Date
Status
Category 3 water with a single 'Poor' fIBI. Further monitoring recommended. AU: 18078; Station ID: 10010242
5/1/2018
Proposed
Projects
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Hibbard Creek Temp
Date
Status
I would like more continuous temperature data before listing. Cold and warm water species migrate up this stream from Lake MI. AU: 10232; ID: 153032
5/1/2018
Proposed
Projects
 
Project Deliverable
 
Date
Status
This project would expand existing (Racine and/or Milwaukee Counties) and establish new rapid test method labs in the Lake Superior region (serving Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Iron Counties), Door County (Serving Brown, Door, and Kewaunee counties), and Manitowoc (serving Manitowoc and Sheboygan counties). This project would provide all infrastructure required including all equipment and training needed to start using the qPCR rapid test methods. By leveraging current testing facilities (Ashland, Sturgeon Bay, Manitowoc, Racine, and Milwaukee) and using this capital investment all of Wisconsin's coastal waters would be able to get beach testing results within 4 hours.
10/1/2010
Proposed
Projects
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
 
Date
Status
The project will focus on developing a cost share program for the construction of practices for reducing storm water contamination at seven beaches throughout the County. These seven beaches completed the preliminary and final design process for addressing storm water run off and discharge to their beaches and are therefore eligible to participate in the SWCD’s beach contamination reduction implementation project.
10/1/2010
Proposed
Projects
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
 
Date
Status
The Village is proposing to repave an 18’ wide strip of pavement (the drive aisle) with a pervious strip that will reduce the volume of runoff leaving the parking lot. The Village would also make improvements to divert a greater portion of the runoff from the parking lot to the existing biofilter.
10/1/2010
Proposed
Projects
 
Upper Door County WatershedWatershed History Note

The three villages of Sister Bay, Egg Harbor and Ephraim are located in the Upper Door County Watershed. The watershed also includes Washington and Rock Islands. One of this area's most interesting residents was Chester H. Thordarson, who emigrated from Iceland to Milwaukee in 1873, at the age of six. He soon moved to Dane County, where he began his schooling, then moved to Shawano County for three years, and then on to North Dakota. Thordarson was an avid reader, first of books in the Icelandic language, but as his schooling opportunities increased, he read books in English and began to collect them. He started working in Chicago at the age of twenty, and learned electric skills at various jobs, until eventually he was able to build transformers. He founded the Thordarson Electric Manufacturing Company, which grew into a multi-million dollar company. In 1910 Thordarson bought a large portion of Rock Island. Over the next few years he added the rest of the available 778 acres to his estate. In 1924, his crew cleared 30 acres on the west side of Rock Island and during 1927 to 1931 the boathouse and other stone buildings were constructed. Also at this time the water tower on the east side was built. Thordarson constructed a total of 14 buildings, a wall, hilltop gate and lookout tower on Rock Island. Icelandic artist Halldor Einarson worked in Thordarson's library in Chicago carving the oak furniture and on Rock Island carving the runic and block letters above the huge fireplace in Viking Hall. Using the Prose Edda (1220) as a reference for Nordic myths, Einarson carved one scene from one myth on each of the 24 straight chairs. Names of principle characters were written in runic beneath each scene. The Thordarson family worked on improving the Rock Island retreat in all seasons and brought water and electricity to the buildings. Thordarson had an interest in botany and landscaping. In a green house attached to the Rock Island residence, he grew plants and conducted botanical research. He brought flowers and seeds from Iceland and other countries. For his management of this estate as a preserve for natural landscape, native animals and wild flowers, the University of Wisconsin conferred upon him the degree of Honorary Master of Arts in 1929. In the 1940's Thordarson and his family spent longer periods of time on Rock Island. He continued to add to his valuable rare book collection. In his lifetime Thordarson had over 100 inventions, most of them patented. These ranged from electrical transformers for radios, parts of cars, to other non-electrical ideas. Thordarson died of heart failure on January 6, 1945. His will provided the opportunity for the University of Wisconsin-Madison to purchase most of his rare book collection. In December 1946, university regents voted to buy the scientific library of 11,000 volumes for $300,000. The University added the rare book room to their Memorial Library to house the collection. Thordarson's two sons and their families continued to enjoy Rock Island until the early 1960's. In 1965 the State of Wisconsin purchased Rock Island, the land and buildings, from the heirs for $170,000. The Thordarson family sold off the carved furniture by piece to private people, but most pieces in the Great Hall today have been donated back to the Park to keep the pieces together.

Date  2011