BIG WOOD LAKE ASSOCIATION, INC.: Big Wood Lake AIS Program

Purpose

The Big Wood Lake Association is sponsoring an aquatic invasive species (AIS) project on Big Wood Lake which includes watercraft inspection at two public access points, in-lake monitoring, and an I & E program aimed at lake residents and users. Approximately 200 hours of volunteer watercraft inspection time at two landings in accordance with WI-DNR and UW-Ext. Lakes "Clean Boats, Clean Waters" guidelines will be completed. Bi-monthly in-lake monitoring for AIS will be provided by a paid consultant at the two access points and additional sites around the lake. Informational and educational materials will be provided to lake residents and users via several methods including at watercraft inspection sites, individual mailings, the "Wood Chips" newsletter, and the Big Wood Lake website. Special Conditions for this project: 1. Project sponsor will immediately report any new AIS infestation to the appropriate DNR representative. 2. Follow all CBCW protocols including timely submission of all watercraft inspection data to the CBCW database. 3. Documentation of paid consultants work and results related to the project. 4. DNR to receive both paper and electronic (.pdf) copies of final report which includes documentation of all in-kind/volunteer contributions.

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Aquatic Invasives Grant
Aquatic Invasives Education
AEPP-017-06
2005
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Grant Awarded
AEPP-017-06
Grant Awarded
AEPP-017-06Big Wood Lake AIS Program
Watercraft Inspections Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Educate and engage residents
10101059
Monitor Invasive Species
10101059
 
Watershed
 
Waters