SHAWANO COUNTY: LCO-Shawano County Lake Classification Study

Purpose

Shawano County proposes to conduct a watershed classification project. This project will consist of a matrix of lakes and rivers in the county categorized by development impacts, recreation activity, damage susceptibility, etc.; extensive I&E with a series of policy statements and recommendations to discision making bodies; proposed resource protection strategies to be included in the county's comprehensive plan; documentation of the inventory and evaluation of applicable existing ordinances and management strategies; interim reports every 12 months; and a final report summarizing the project development, achievements and deliverables, including GIS data and maps in a format compatible with the Department.

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Lakes Grant
Lake Protection Grant
LPT-161-01
2000
Complete
 
Reports and Documents
Lake Classification Project
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Shawano County proposes to conduct a watershed classification project. This project will consist of a matrix of lakes and rivers in the county categorized by development impacts, recreation activity, damage susceptibility, etc.; extensive I&E with a series of policy statements and recommendations to discision making bodies; proposed resource protection strategies to be included in the county's comprehensive plan; documentation of the inventory and evaluation of applicable existing ordinances and management strategies; interim reports every 12 months; and a final report summarizing the project development, achievements and deliverables, including GIS data and maps in a format compatible with the Department.
Lake Classification
10100124
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
Shawano County proposes to conduct a watershed classification project. This project will consist of a matrix of lakes and rivers in the county categorized by development impacts, recreation activity, damage susceptibility, etc.; extensive I&E with a series of policy statements and recommendations to discision making bodies; proposed resource protection strategies to be included in the county's comprehensive plan; documentation of the inventory and evaluation of applicable existing ordinances and management strategies; interim reports every 12 months; and a final report summarizing the project development, achievements and deliverables, including GIS data and maps in a format compatible with the Department.
 
Watershed