LANGLADE COUNTY: LCO-Operation Enduring Shorelands

Purpose

Langlade County will conduct a project that will focus on improving and developing new techniques for implementing Lake Classification and shoreland zoning regulations. The main areas that work will be done are: 1. Marketing and Outreach: Lake Marketing Blitz, Reference Site Network and "Shore Steward" program, shoreland demonstration sites (using the old ones and new ones), web site and computer kiosk updates, workshops for development professionals. 2. Lake Protection Specialist: Provide assistance on shoreland restoration including site visits and plan review. 3. Program Assessment and Improvement: Transplant program, implementing alternative restoration techniques, research of financial incentive program that would be self-sustaining. 4. Collaboration with other Entities: Assistance to local groups, and coordination and expansion of DNR Sensitive Area Designations. This project will be eligible for partial payments on a quarterly basis. A project progress report must accompany and be approved by the department prior to approval and payment of partial payment requests. An executive project summary must be submitted and approved by the Department prior to the project final payment. DNR will be provided with a copy of reports and publications produced in both written and electronic (PDF) format. DNR will also be provided with a summary of all the efforts under this grant that are not included in reports or other written documents.

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Lakes Grant
Lake Protection Grant
LPT-200-03
2002
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Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Langlade County will conduct a project that will focus on improving and developing new techniques for implementing Lake Classification and shoreland zoning regulations.
Lake Classification
10101011
Information and Education
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
Langlade County will conduct a project that will focus on improving and developing new techniques for implementing Lake Classification and shoreland zoning regulations.
 
Watershed