WAUKESHA COUNTY LAND CONSERVANCY: ACQ-Nagawicka Lake Land Acquisition-R&M Investments Property

Purpose

The Waukesha Land Conservancy proposes to acquire 12.4 acres of land, including 411 feet of shoreline, situated on nagawicka Lake in the Village of Nashota, WUkesha County for lake protection purposes. The property includes approxi 5 acres of upland and 7 acres of wetland that is part of a larger Tamarack Bog. The primary goals of the property's land management plan are to maintain and enhance the natural state of the property, to control non-native and non-bog species, and to allow public access for recreational uses such as hiking, nature appreciation, and for educational purposes.

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Lakes Grant
Lake Protection Grant
LPT-059
1997
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Grant Awarded
The Waukesha Land Conservancy proposes to acquire 12.4 acres of land, including 411 feet of shoreline, situated on nagawicka Lake in the Village of Nashota, WUkesha County for lake protection purposes. The property includes approxi 5 acres of upland and 7 acres of wetland that is part of a larger Tamarack Bog. The primary goals of the property's land management plan are to maintain and enhance the natural state of the property, to control non-native and non-bog species, and to allow public access for recreational uses such as hiking, nature appreciation, and for educational purposes.
Land Acquisition
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ATTAINS Implementation Initiated
The Waukesha Land Conservancy proposes to acquire 12.4 acres of land, including 411 feet of shoreline, situated on Nagawicka Lake in the Village of Nashota, Waukesha County for lake protection purposes.
 
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