Watershed - Upper Fox River - Illinois (FX07)
Upper Fox River - Illinois Watershed

Details

The Upper Fox River Watershed is located almost entirely in Waukesha County, with a very small portion located in Washington County. The Upper Fox River is the principal perennial stream in the watershed. Other significant perennial streams include Brandy Brook, Deer Creek, Pebble Creek, Pewaukee River, Poplar Creek and Sussex Creek. There are many incorporated municipalities within the watershed including the Cities of Brookfield, Delafield, New Berlin, Pewaukee and Waukesha. Also included are the Villages of Hartland, Lannon, Menomonee Falls, Pewaukee, Sussex and Wales.

The Upper Fox River Watershed contains over 80 miles of perennial streams exhibiting a wide range of quality. The Fox River, Frame Park Creek and Zion Creek are listed as impaired waters on the state's 303(d) list.

Cocoa Creek, which flows into Pewaukee Lake, has the potential to support a cold water community. The Pewaukee River contains a fairly decent forage and gamefish population. Sussex Creek has been impacted by development and mining in the area. This area is severely impacted by development and by increases in the amount of impervious surfaces. This contributes to the flashy nature of the streams in this area. Impoundments contribute to decreased fish migration and degraded water quality.

Today, both the mainstem and north branch of Frame Park Creek suffer from severe impairments. The majority of wet-lands originally present have been drained and filled. The combined effects of stream modifications like channel ma-nipulation, relocation, and enclosure have damaged water and habitat quality. These water bodies are included on WDNR’s statewide list of polluted and impaired waters for degraded habitat, chronic toxicity, temperature, and low dissolved oxy-gen due to point and non-point source discharges.

At 2,493 acres, Pewaukee Lake is the only lake of significant size in the watershed.

Date  2010

Population, Land Use

The 2001 National Land Cover Data shows that the Upper Fox River Watershed is dominated by agricultural land use (37%), followed closely by urban and suburban land uses (30%).Frame Park Creek, which lies mostly in the City of Waukesha, with just under 10 % contained in the Towns of Brookfi eld and Waukesha. Data from the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission showed that in 2000, 75% of the land in the watershed was developed for residential, industrial and commercial uses or occupied by roadways and other utility corridors. Undeveloped open space accounted for 18% of the watershed with woodlands, wetlands and parklands rounding out the remaining 7%.

Date  2010

Ecological Landscapes for Upper Fox River - Illinois Watershed

Ecological Landscapes

The Upper Fox River - Illinois is located primarily in the Southeast Glacial Plains Ecological Landscape which makes up the bulk of the non-coastal land area in southeast Wisconsin. This Ecological Landscape is made up of glacial till plains and moraines. Most of this Ecological Landscape is composed of glacial materials deposited during the Wisconsin Ice Age, but the southwest portion consists of older, pre-Wisconsin till with a more dissected topography. Soils are lime-rich tills overlain in most areas by a silt-loam loess cap. Agricultural and residential interests throughout the landscape have significantly altered the historical vegetation. Most of the rare natural communities that remain are associated with large moraines or in areas where the Niagara Escarpment occurs close to the surface.

Historically, vegetation in the Southeast Glacial Plains consisted of a mix of prairie, oak forests and savanna, and maple-basswood forests. Wet-mesic prairies, southern sedge meadows, emergent marshes, and calcareous fens were found in lower portions of the Landscape. End moraines and drumlins supported savannas and forests. Agricultural and urban land use practices have drastically changed the land cover of the Southeast Glacial Plains since Euro-American settlement. The current vegetation is primarily agricultural cropland. Remaining forests occupy only about 10% of the land area and consist of maple-basswood, lowland hardwoods, and oak. No large mesic forests exist today except on the Kettle Interlobate Moraine which has topography too rugged for agriculture. Some existing forest patches that were formerly savannas have succeeded to hardwood forest due to fire suppression.

Date  2010

Hydrologic Features

Frame Park Creek consists of a tributary and the mainstem; North Branch of Frame Park Creek and Frame Park Creek, respectively. Both the tributary and the mainstem are formed by springs, wetlands, and overland drainage, before receiving flow from urban stormwater runoff. Complicating matters, filled wetlands and leaching landfills are sus-pected of contributing contaminants to Frame Park Creek. After meeting the North Branch, Frame Park Creek flows northwest, then west, ultimately running underground for almost 600 meters, to emerge into a park managed by the City of Waukesha called, appropriately enough, Frame Park. The stream fl ows 100 meters through Frame Park before exiting into the Barstow Impoundment of the Fox River.

In addition to Frame Park Creek, the water-shed has other significant water features. Despite decades of development happening all around them, marshes and streams in this watershed continue to provide habitat and natural stormwater detention.

Date  2010

Fisheries

There are three waters designated as Trout waters - Brandy Brook, Pebble Creek, and Coco Creek support partial or complete natural reproduction of salmonid species.

Date  2010

Upper Fox River - Illinois Watershed At-a-Glance

Impaired Water in Upper Fox River - Illinois Watershed
River and Stream QualityAll Waters in Watershed

The Upper Fox River Watershed contains over 80 miles of perennial streams exhibiting a wide range of quality. The Fox River, Frame Park Creek, Spring Creek / Sussex Creek, Poplar Creek, Zion Creek, and various perennial streams are im-paired.

Cocoa Creek, which flows into Pewaukee Lake, has the potential to support a cold water community. The Pewaukee River contains a fairly decent forage and gamefish population. Sussex Creek has been impacted by development and mining in the area. This area is severely impacted by development and by increases in the amount of impervious surfaces. This contributes to the flashy nature of the streams in this area. Impoundments contribute to decreased fish migration and degraded water quality.
Frame Park Creek

Frame Park Creek is the unofficial name of a largely overlooked small stream located in the midst of a densely urbanized landscape. It consists of a 1.9 kilometer long tributary called the North Branch, and a 2.1 kilometer long Mainstem called Frame Park Creek. Both the tributary and the Mainstem begin as wetland and overland drainage before receiving the majority of their flow from urban stormwater runoff. After the Mainstem and North Branch meet, just downstream of Na-tional Avenue, Frame Park Creek flows northwest for approximately 480 meters, going under Main Street, before turning left under Cleveland Avenue. The creek then flows through a storm sewer that runs under Perkins Street. Frame Park Creek emerges from its underground enclosure west of the train tracks near Frame Park which borders the Illinois Fox River. The creek flows 100 meters through the park before pouring into the Barstow Impoundment of the Fox River. During the 1970’s the creek was diverted from under a factory to the storm sewer under Perkins Street.

Frame Park Creek is severely impaired from historic stream modifications, including channel manipulations, relocations and enclosures, and polluted stormwater runoff, which have damaged both water and habitat quality. Both the mainstem and the North Branch are currently included on WDNR’s statewide list of polluted and impaired waters for degraded habitat, chronic toxicity, temperature, and low dissolved oxygen due to point and non-point source discharges.

Pebble Creek, and its major tributary Brandy Brook, drain approximately 18 square miles located in the extreme southwest corner of the Upper Fox River Basin before flowing into the Illinois Fox River just north of State Highway 59. Pebble Creek has the potential to support a coldwater Class I and II brook and brown trout fishery. Although Brook trout have never been recorded in this urbanizing watershed, healthy populations of mottled sculpin, a coldwater indicator species, have been recorded in the headwaters of this stream system. Since the mid 1990s, the WDNR has annually stocked brown trout at CTH TT and the trout have responded well to this effort. While the upper portions of the watershed contain coldwater species, the lower portions of Pebble Creek extending from CTH D to the confluence with the Fox River contain northern pike among several other high-quality warmwater species (Pebble Creek Watershed Protection Plan, Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, Community Assistance Report No. 284, 2008).

Date  2010

Watershed Trout Streams
Watershed Outstanding & Exceptional Resources

Lakes and Impoundments

Fifty lakes are located in the Upper Fox Watershed, ranging from small unnamed lakes near an acre in size to large im-poundments of the Fox River, such as the Barstow Impoundment, which is 27 acres or the natural lake, Pewaukee, which covers 2493.0 acres in size. In the last 10 years 15 of these 50 lakes have been monitored, but only three have documented, confirmed condition information. Pewaukee Lake and Etter Lake are in ‘good’ condition, while Barstow Impoundment is in poor condition and is on the state’s impaired waters list.

Date  2010

Search for Lakes by County

Wetland Health

Wetland Status
The Upper Fox River Watershed is located almost entirely in Waukesha County, with a very small portion located in Washington County. The watershed consists of primarily of wetland habitat. An estimated 11% of the current land uses in the watershed are wetlands. Only 54% of the original wetlands in the watershed are estimated to exist. Of these wetlands, a mixture of forested wetlands (43%), shrub wetlands (27%) and emergent wetlands (26%), which includes wet meadows and marshes dominate the landscape. Other unidentified types of wetlands make up 45% of the wetlands in the watershed.

Wetland Condition
Little is known about the condition of the remaining wetlands but estimates of reed canary grass infestations, an opportunistic aquatic invasive wetland plant, into different wetland types has been estimated based on satellite imagery. This information shows that reed canary grass dominates 62% of the existing emergent wetlands, which include marshes and wet meadows, and 23% of the remaining shrub wetlands. Reed Canary Grass domination inhibits successful establishment of native wetland species.

Wetland Restorability
Of the 8,850 acres of estimated lost wetlands in the watershed, approximately 53% are considered potentially restorable based on modeled data, including soil types, land use and land cover (Chris Smith, DNR, 2009).

Date  2010

Potentially Restorable Wetland Analysis

Impaired Waters

The Upper Fox River Watershed contains eleven impaired waters, one of which is Frame Park Creek. Majority of the pollutants in these waters include: PCBs, phosphorus, sediment/total suspended solids; thus, leading to degraded habitat, contaminated sediment, low dissolved oxygen levels, and contaminated fish tissues.

Date  2010

List of Impaired Waters

Aquatic Invasive Species

Unfortunately all of the following aquatic invasive species are documented in this watershed: Zebra mussels, Eurasian Water Milfoil, Curly-Leaf Pondweed, Brown Mystery Snail, Rusty Crayfish, Purple Loosestrife, Reed Canary Grass.

Date  2010

Groundwater

The City of Waukesha, one of Wisconsin’s 10 most populous cities, gets most of its municipal water from the deep sandstone aquifer. This water frequently exceeds the federal standard for radium, a naturally occurring radioactive element. The City is currently under a state order to reduce the radium in its water by June 30, 2018 to comply with the federal standard. The City is currently investigating several options for reducing its radium concentrations including the increased blending of radium tainted water from the deep aquifer with radium free water from new shallow aquifer wells, the instal-lation of radium removal equipment, and procuring Lake Michigan
water.

Date  2010

Watershed Grants

Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Early Detection and Response
Date
11/1/2010
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Floating Yellow Heart - Pewaukee: The Pewaukee Lake Sanitary District will hire a contractor to attempt an eradication of yellow floating heart, an exotic plant species, located in two ponds adjacent to Coco Creek. Coco creek drains to Pewaukee Lake. One pond will be dredged. The dredge spoils will be placed in a preexisting spoil pit. The other pond will be filled in with dredge spoils from a third pond that does not contain yellow floating heart. 50 cubic yards of clean top soil will be placed on top of any location containing dredge spoils from the yellow floating heart ponds. Filter fabric, erosion control mats and rocks will be placed on the banks of the dredged ponds to stabilize the slopes and prevent germination of yellow floating heart seeds in 2011. Equipment will be cleaned and the site will be staged to prevent the transportation of yellow floating heart seeds. Project deliverables include 1) before and after photographs of the project site with accompanying text to explain the photographs and 2) a daily activity journal to be completed by the landowner and contractor detailing the decisions made and the construction sequence during the project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Applebecker Millpond
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2010
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Cbcw Pewaukee Lake: The Pewaukee Lake Sanitary District will continue their Clean Boats, Clean Waters program in 2010. The grant covers inspections that will occur from May 2010 through October 2010. The District will hire a watercraft inspector to staff the four Pewaukee Lake launches (320 hours maximum). The inspector would staff the launch during busy times, primarily on the weekends. The inspector will work approximately 20 to 25 hours per week. The project deliverables include 1) entry of all watercraft inspection data into the statewide database (SWIMS) and 2) a short report summarizing the 2010 season inspection program (how many boats inspected, any difficulties encountered, how many hours worked and a log of the dates/times worked).


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Pewaukee Lake Plant Survey: The Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey on Pewaukee Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 977 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The project deliverables are a formal report which includes an introduction, methods, results (tables and graphs) and discussion as well as herbarium mounts of voucher specimens. Elements of the report include 1) Results of the point intercept survey - raw data; 2) Summary tables that list the plants found, # sites found, overall % frequency of occurrence, % relative frequency of occurrence, overall average density rating and relative average density rating; 3) A discussion (text) that explains what the results mean and an overall assessment of the plant community in the lake; and 4) Point intercept maps for each exotic species and the top three to five native plants.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Upper Nashotah Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


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

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users. Project deliverables include: * final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants; * copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes. Project activities include: 1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006. 2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings 3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake 4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors 5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students 6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit Project deliverables include: - Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website - Outreach Project - AIS educational exhibit - Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal) Specific conditions for this project: - Final report needs Dept review and approval WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
4/1/2013
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Pewaukee Lake Clean Boats Clean Waters 2013: The Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District is sponoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters program for 2013 on Pewaukee Lake and includes a landing inspection program at 2 public boat landings.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
2/9/1995
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Waukesha County: Pewaukee Lake Ryan Park Acquisition - Glass Property: The Waukesha County Park and Planning Commission will acquire 86.6 acres of land for lake protection. The preservation of this parcel for open space and passive park use. Eligible costs include acquisition of the parcel, appraisal fee and preparation of an environmental assessment.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2012
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Land Acquisition For Gluth Property: The Pewaukee Lake Sanitary District (PLSD) will use this grant to pay for the recent purchase of the Gluth property, located in the City of Pewaukee. The parcel is 30.67acres, including 26 acres of wetland and 4.67acres of upland woods and prairie. The parcel is primarily located in the shoreland zone of Pewaukee Lake. A tributary to Pewaukee Lake runs through a portion of the parcel. The PLSD will manage the invasive species (primarily buckthorn) through yearly cutting and herbicide treatment. The prairie will be expanded by mowing and seeding. The prairie will also be maintained by periodic controlled burns. The parcel will be used as an educational classroom by the local school district. Posts will be installed on the perimeter of the property to prevent filling of wetlands by adjacent landowners. A trail will be maintained on the property for controlled access. The PLSD hopes to install habitat improvements on the Pewaukee Lake Tributary to improve northern pike spawning. All maintenance and improvement activities will be the responsibility of the PLSD in accordance with the submitted Land Management Plan, dated December 3, 2012. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/2013
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Lake Pewaukee Sd Property Acquisition: The Pewaukee Lake Sanitary District (PLSD) will use this grant to pay for part of the purchase of the Ogden property, located in the Town of Pewaukee. The parcel is 56 acres, including 50 acres of wetland and 6 acres of upland. The site is about a mile upstream of Pewaukee Lake. It contains a spring fed pond and has a class \201CA\201D trout stream, Coldwater Creek running along its southern border. Coldwater Creek flows about a half mile to Coco Creek, which then flow a half mile to Pewaukee Lake. The parcel borders other PLSD lands under protection.

The PLSD will manage an invasive species, buckthorn through yearly removal or cutting, with the goal to remove a minimum of \00BC acre per year. A prairie on the parcel will be maintained by periodic controlled burns at least once every 3 years. The parcel will be used as an educational classroom by the local school district, the Pewaukee River Partnership and the Pewaukee Women\2019s Club. A new wetland delineation will be completed within the first year of ownership. The District will install an asphalt or concrete pad in the upland \201Cbuildable area\201D on the northeast corner of the property to provide for recycling/composting of aquatic plants harvested from Lake Pewaukee. Permanent posts will be placed every 100 feet along the wetland on the edge of the \201Cbuildable \201Carea\201D by the composting site.

A barn will be removed within the first year and a house will be removed within 2 years of PLSD ownership. A small existing garage will remain on site for storage of machinery and tools.

All maintenance and improvement activities will be the responsibility of the PLSD in accordance with the revised Land Management Plan, dated December 31, 2013.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


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

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


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

Washington County: Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/8/1991
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Delafield: Pewaukee Lake Water Quality Monitoring: Conduct baseline monitoring of flow, total phosphorus, and total solids to the lake and compare to data collected during storm events and during maximum boat usage over 2 year's time. Samples will be collected in spring, summer and fall along with flowmeasurements and analyzed for total solids and total phosphorus. Event monitoring will take place over the same time period and will be analyzed for total solids and total phosphorus. Boating impact will be determined by sampling at three sites in thelake during peak holiday boat usage and analyzing for total phosphorus, soluble phosphorus and total solids. A total of 132 total phosphorus, 132 total suspended solids and 12 soluble phosphorus samples will be analyzed all by the State Lab of Hygiene.Weather monitoring will be conducted and will include rainfall, snowfall, wind direction and speed, water temperature and evaporation rate. Information will be distributed to the public by newsletter mailings, entire report mailings, public meetings, andlocal newspaper articles. Project results will be reposited at the Delafield Town Hall and LPSD Office.


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

Village Of Pewaukee: Pewaukee Lake Recreation & Land Use Planning Study: Consolidation of data developed under previous planning and analytical programs. Assessment of the demand for, and the type of, water-based recreation and the degree to which they are or are not by the current situation. Identification of specificrecreational and land use planning and management needs within the Village of Pewaukee, including the need for public boating access pursuant to Chapter NR 1 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code. Formulation of appropriate public information andeducation strategies and other possible responses. The grantee will disseminate information to the public by public meetings, local newspaper articles, and distribute the plan to interested parties. Project results will be reposited at the Village ofPewaukee and Waukesha County.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/1997
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Pewaukee Lake Management Plan Update: Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District proposes to develop a refined management plan that covers Lake Pewaukee and it's watershed. The following activities will be included in this project: 1) a historic review of water data, 2) current water quality evaluation, 3) review hydrology and dam operation, 4) assess current and future projections for recreational uses, 5) analyze water quality conditions with respect to current and projected future recreation pressures, 6) develop updated lake management plan to reflect current and projected uses and pressures on the lake to protect and maintain water quality for all lake users. The Department of Natural resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. The project results will be disseminated to the public by local newspaper articles, newsletter mailings, public meeting(s) and the final comprehensive management plan will be available at libraries and government offices.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2002
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Chemical & Biological Sampling - Pewaukee Lake: Pewaukee Sanitary District wil do a chemical and biological sampling of Pewaukee Lake with WI Lutheran College Biology Dept. The combination of biological samples studied by the students and chemical analysis done by SLOH will provide a balanced picture of the lakes condition. To measure the impacts of management techniques used both in the lake and within the watershed. A final report of findings and recommendations will be given to the DNR, Reg. Planning Commission, City and Village of Pewaukee, and the Town of Delafield. Also, sent to the Pewaukee public library, school districts of Pewaukee, Summary and data sheet will be sent to District residence, will inform the news media, and have a public information meeting at end of project.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2013
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Lake Management Plan: The Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District will hire a contractor to analyze plant survey data collected in the summer of 2011, update the aquatic plant management plan and add two elements to the lake management plan. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) a table denoting number of sites found for each plant species, overall % frequency, % relative frequency, average density, and relative density; 4) maps showing the lake wide point intercept density for each exotic aquatic plant and the top 5 native aquatic plants; 5) results of the study of possible water level manipulation for the benefit of fish spawning; 6) identification of additional offloading sites with a discussion of feasibility; 7) identification of wetlands and critical sites for future acquisition; 8) results of the water chemistry comparison between the east and west basins of Lake Pewaukee; 9) a discussion of alternatives for aquatic plant management; 10) results of a flow quantification study for stream inlets into Pewaukee Lake; and 11) a summary of 3 public meetings to discuss the update of both the aquatic plant management plan and the lake management plan. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2005
Waters Involved
Fox River
Status
Complete

City Of Waukesha - Engineering: High Efficiency Street Sweeping: : incremental difference in pricing between a high efficiency street sweeper and a standard brush model.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
8/10/2005
Waters Involved
Fox River
Status
Cancelled

Village Of Pewaukee - Dpw [Roi: Grant Declined]: Village Park Rain Garden: To cost-share construction/installation of bio-swales and infiltration practices, such as rain gardens, to capture runoff from the parking lot and grounds of the Village Park.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2002
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Village Of Sussex: Butler Wetlands Basin: to costshare at 50% design & construction of pond in Butler Wetland


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2004
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Cancelled

Town Of Brookfield: Wq-6 Hawthorne Ridge Channel: to cost-share at 50% design, CMS & construction of Hawthorne Ridge channel


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
1/1/2003
Waters Involved
Fox River
Status
Complete

Town Of Brookfield: Stormwater Utility Implementation: to c-s @70% implementation of utility


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
1/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pebble Creek
Status
Complete

Waukesha County: Pebble Creek Wspp: to cost-share @66% development of a PWP for the Pebble Creek WS in Waukesha Co


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

City Of Pewaukee: Stormwater Plan Revision: updating and revising City's stormwater management plan, erosion control, stormwater & illicit discharge ordinances to address Chapters NR 151, 152 and 216, Wis. Adm. Code.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
1/1/2005
Waters Involved
Pewaukee River
Status
Complete

City Of Pewaukee: Stormwater Plan Revision: updating and revising City's stormwater management plan, erosion control, stormwater & illicit discharge ordinances to address Chapters NR 151, 152 and 216, Wis. Adm. Code.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
9/7/2004
Waters Involved
Spring Creek
Status
Complete

Village Of Sussex: Utility District Implement: development and implementation of a Village stormwater utility.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
1/1/2004
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

City Of New Berlin: Industrial Park Stmwtr Plan: to cost-share @70% development of stormwater plan for industrial park


Grant Details
River Planning Grant
Date
7/1/2010
Waters Involved
Pewaukee River
Status
Complete

Pewaukee River Partnership: Pewaukee River Protection Plan: The goals of this project are preparation a comprehensive river protection plan. The goals and final report will include:1) Management of river basin for human usage, while maintaining adequate flow while protecting the character and integrity of the water resources. 2) Promote the hydrological structure and function of the river. 3) Facilitate the maintenance of the wetland and wildlife habitat within the designated environmental corridors. 4) Encourage public knowledge and understanding of the Rivers component of the ecosystem. The final report will include a documented watershed protection plan for the Pewaukee River.


Monitoring & Projects

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

Monitoring Studies

Monitoring efforts in the Upper Fox River Watershed include lakes baseline and trends monitoring, various fi sheries projects, AIS monitoring and prevention work, and citizen based lake monitoring network (CLMN) data collection. This watershed was part of a selected area studied by the USGS National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) program.

The Citizen Lake Monitoring Network, the core of the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership, involves over 1000 citizen volun-teers statewide. The goals are to collect high quality data, to educate and empower volunteers, and to share this data and knowledge. Volunteers measure water clarity, using the Secchi Disk method, as an indicator of water quality. This information is then used to determine the lakes trophic state. Volunteers may also collect chemistry, temperature, and dissolved oxygen data, as well as identify and map plants, watch for the first appearance of Eurasian Water Milfoil near boat landings, or alert officials about zebra mussel invasions on Wisconsin lakes.

Date  2010

Grants and Management Projects
Monitoring Projects
Upper Fox River - Illinois Watershed

Goals

9/21/2010
The Upper Fox River Watershed has eleven waters listed as impaired. Restoration of these waters, with a focus on the cre­ation of a total maximum daily load (TMDL) analysis and implementation plan for Frame Park Creek, is the highest water quality goal for this watershed.

Priorities

9/21/2010
Due to its highly impaired condition and location near residential areas where young children are frequently found play­ing in and around the stream, Frame Park Creek is a priority for stream restoration efforts in the Upper Fox River Basin.

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A Watershed Plan was updated in 2010 (FX01) in 2010.

Date  2011

Watershed History Note

Duplainville, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community within the Township of Pewaukee, is located about 15 miles west of Milwaukee between Waukesha and Sussex, Wisconsin, in the Upper Fox River Watershed. In about 1855, the Milwaukee Road built its track west from Brookfield Junction toward Portage and Minneapolis for a faster route to the Mississippi River. In 1885-86, the Wisconsin Central Railroad built south from Rugby Junction to Chicago. Hence their tracks crossed in Duplainville.

A tower was erected in the northwest quadrant of the diamond in 1890. William Alvord was the chief operator for many years. He lived a short distance from the crossing. With heavy winter snow, additional help was hired to keep the tracks and switches clear. The tower burned down on January 1, 1929. A new brick building was then built which was finally torn down in 1987. Today, there are numerous trains that cross the diamond at Duplainville. The Canadian National Railroad runs about 25 trains per day. The Canadian Pacific runs about 22 trains per day in addition to two Amtrak trains.

One hundred and seventy years ago, before Waukesha County was settled, the Southeast Fox River Basin was much different than it is today. Native people-- the Fox, Winnebago, Potawatomi and Menominee--lived in a landscape that was rich with upland forests of maple, beech and basswood, and lowland areas dominated by tamarack, cedar and ash. In addition to the forests, the region was noted for being water and wetland rich. The abundant natural resources were catalysts for the first settlers’ attempts at economic development in the basin.

Waukesha County was organized in 1846 and that same year the current City of Waukesha changed its name from Prairieville to the Village of Waukesha to become the county seat. Decades of city growth followed and the landscape that we now call the Frame Park Creek sub-watershed, transitioned from forests, prairies and wetlands to residential and industrial land uses with only minimal undeveloped open space

Soon after, in August of 1869, Colonel Richard Dunbar changed the course of history. The Colonel, who had been suffering from incurable diabetes, drank from a spring in Bethesda and felt himself cured. This “miracle at Bethesda” generated a resort and tourist industry in Waukesha, the proclaimed “Saratoga of the West”. People traveled from all around to visit beautiful parks, resorts, and “spring houses” in an attempt to find relief and relaxation from the more than 50 established spring sites. In 1915, springs, as a panacea for healing, was replaced in large measure by modern medicine. Commercial water bottling continued four over 100 years, and was eventually discontinued in 1997.

Date  2010