Large Scale Lake Planning
Planning Grant Report
The Shell Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District proposes to collect water quality data on Little Ripley Lake. Project activities include 1) collect in-lake water quality data and samples, 2) monitor lake levels, 3) monitor precipitation, 4) conduct an evaluation of the tributary watershed, and 5) prepare a final report on the project results. Donated labor by volunteers, as part of the project's local cost share, is included and estimated at approximately 172 hours X $5.00/hr or $860. Donated labor activities include water sample collection, water quality measurements, lake level monitoring, precipitation monitoring, and staff gage installation. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information about the project will be disseminated to the public by public meeting and newsletter mailing.
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment