Large Scale Lake Planning
The lake management plan provides a guideline for maximizing public use without compromising the lake's natural integrity and addresses the physical and cultural concerns of the lake. Highlights of the plan include continuing best management practices, preserving the southwest wetland area, distributing lake educational materials, continuing mechanical harvesting of aquatic plants, experimenting with sediment covers, creating a fish management plan, performing sediment analysis, completing a wetland restoration project, appointing a volunteer lake monitor, and forming lake committees. Implementing management plans will reduce negative cultural impacts on the lake by stabilizing and protecting water quality.
1) Water quality monitoring during 1992-1994 as specified in application. 2) Conduct a land use survey to identify potential sources of pollution. 3)Conduct an aquatic plant survey.4) Conduct a sediment survey of the lake. Prepare a sediment contour map. 5) Collect sediment cores and analyze for parameters. 6) Conduct a public opinion survey of sanitary district members to identify areas of concern.7) Disseminate information to the public by newsletter, local newspaper articles, public meeting and final report.
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Aquatic Plant Monitoring or Survey
Social Survey of Residents or Users