PRICE COUNTY WATERWAY ASSOCIATION: S. Fork Flambeau River Watershed Coalition

Purpose

The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.

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River Planning Grant
RP-094-05
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Rivers Planning Grant
The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.
Engage Volunteers in Monitoring/Restoration
The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.
Information and Education
The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.
Grant Awarded
The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.
Project Deliverable
The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.
Monitor or Assess Watershed Condition
The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.
Social Survey of Residents or Users
The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
The South Fork Flambeau River Watershed Association under sponsorship by the Price County Waterways Assoc., will build organizational capacity, document baseline river data and educate river users. Activities associated with this project include the creation of an association to advocate for the S. Fork Flambeau River to work cooperatively with other groups and agencies with similar purposes including the development of a plan for partnership development and the integration of the assoc. resources with other managing organziations; establish a water quality testing program to collect baseline data; conduct a riparian landowner assessment to compile information on demographics, perceptions, opinions, & concerns, and assess interest in an educational river fair; collection and compilation of baseline environmental, historical and recreational data including a GIS/Video survey of the river for invasives, buffer conditions, zoning violations, erosion concerns, and habitat conditions/restoration opportunities. River stewardship and environmental awareness will be promoted through education and outreach including the development of an information distribution system, certified buffer awards program, newsletter and media releases and other events. A final report of all activities will be developed and submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic format.
 
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