BAYFIELD REGIONAL CONSERVANCY: White River Acquisition - Carlson Property

Purpose

The Bayfield Regional Conservancy, in cooperation with the Wild Rivers Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Friends of the White River, will sponsor a project involving land acquisiton and the development and implementation of a land protection program within the White River Watershed. The property to be acquired includes 27 acres with nearly 1/2 mile of frontage on the White River. The property is undeveloped and will be maintained in accordance with the White River Managment Plan submitted with the grant application. An agreement between the Bayfield Regional Conservancy and Trout Unlimited has been developed giving TU the authority for managment of the property. A land protection program involving land owner contacts and education will be developed and implemented. Educational activites including one on one contacts, publication of newsletters, watershed-wide meetings, will be used for outreach to residents and landowners. The use of conservation tools, forest management plans and other activities that protect water quality and enhance wildlife habitat along the river will be stressed. A final report summarizing all activities, including a copy of the managment agreement between Bayfield Regional Conservancy and Trout Unlimited, will be submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic form at the completetion of the project.

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River Grant
River Protection Grant
RM-024-05
2004
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Reports and Documents
The goals of the White River Acquisition grant were to acquire 27 acres on land on the White River and to develop an education and landowner contact initiative in the White River watershed in order to present conservation options for the future of their land.
Application for a river land acquisition grant which includes details about the Carlson land parcel and pictures from the property.
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
The Bayfield Regional Conservancy, in cooperation with the Wild Rivers Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Friends of the White River, will sponsor a project involving land acquisiton and the development and implementation of a land protection program within the White River Watershed. The property to be acquired includes 27 acres with nearly 1/2 mile of frontage on the White River. The property is undeveloped and will be maintained in accordance with the White River Managment Plan submitted with the grant application. An agreement between the Bayfield Regional Conservancy and Trout Unlimited has been developed giving TU the authority for managment of the property. A land protection program involving land owner contacts and education will be developed and implemented. Educational activites including one on one contacts, publication of newsletters, watershed-wide meetings, will be used for outreach to residents and landowners. The use of conservation tools, forest management plans and other activities that protect water quality and enhance wildlife habitat along the river will be stressed. A final report summarizing all activities, including a copy of the managment agreement between Bayfield Regional Conservancy and Trout Unlimited, will be submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic form at the completetion of the project.
Land Acquisition
The Bayfield Regional Conservancy, in cooperation with the Wild Rivers Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Friends of the White River, will sponsor a project involving land acquisiton and the development and implementation of a land protection program within the White River Watershed. The property to be acquired includes 27 acres with nearly 1/2 mile of frontage on the White River.
ATTAINS Alternative Restoration Approach
The Bayfield Regional Conservancy, in cooperation with the Wild Rivers Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Friends of the White River, will sponsor a project involving land acquisiton and the development and implementation of a land protection program within the White River Watershed. The property to be acquired includes 27 acres with nearly 1/2 mile of frontage on the White River. The property is undeveloped and will be maintained in accordance with the White River Managment Plan submitted with the grant application. An agreement between the Bayfield Regional Conservancy and Trout Unlimited has been developed giving TU the authority for managment of the property. A land protection program involving land owner contacts and education will be developed and implemented. Educational activites including one on one contacts, publication of newsletters, watershed-wide meetings, will be used for outreach to residents and landowners. The use of conservation tools, forest management plans and other activities that protect water quality and enhance wildlife habitat along the river will be stressed. A final report summarizing all activities, including a copy of the managment agreement between Bayfield Regional Conservancy and Trout Unlimited, will be submitted to the Department in both paper and electronic form at the completetion of the project.
 
Watershed
 
Waters