EAGLE SPRING LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT: Mukwonago River-Watershed Nutrient Study

Purpose

The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.

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The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Rivers Planning Grant
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Information and Education
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Biomonitoring Toxicity Tests
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Develop/Distribute Brochures/Literature
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Develop/Distribute Newsletter
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Issue News/Media Release
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Informational Meetings
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
Project Deliverable
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
The Eagle Spring Lake Mgt. Dist. is applying for a river planning grant to help fund a water quality monitoring study on tributaries of the Mukwonago River. The purpose of the project is to determine nutrient loading problems to the streams and use the data to work with local government on land use and development issues. Two local organizations (Mukwonago River Initiative and Friends of Mukwonago River) would also like to utilize the project to gain membership and financial support for future projects. Ten water samples will be collected five times per year for 2004-2006. Lab analysis with be done by UWSP and will include conductivity, total and reactive phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, total kjeldahl nitrogen, chloride, and total solids. Lab costs total $9639.00. Total project costs are $12,308.00. Therefore, sponsor match is about $3100.00 to be shared by Eagle Spring and Phantom Lakes Mgt. Dist. Mukwonago River is an ERW and these tributaries are vital to its protection. The district intends to uitilize press release, newsletters, mailings, and public presentations for I&E Effors. Area School groups willl be involved in sampling and data evaluation. A Final report will be submitted to the WDNR at the end of the project period.
 
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