LAKESHORE NATURAL RESOURCES PARTNERSHIP INC.: Implementing Friends Of Hika Bay Action Plan

Purpose

Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership (LNRP) proposes to support developing the membership and capacity of the Friends of Hika Bay group and implement the 5-year work plan. The project will 1) monitor five streams with two interns from UW-Manitowoc, 2) map and control invasive species, 3) conduct habitat monitoring and restoration work on Centerville Creek and Hika Shores, 4) do watershed planning, and 5) hold four seminars and develop reports and articles for the LNRP newsletter. LNRP will submit a final report summarizing the project to the Department. The project elements and deliverables will be completed as described in the project proposal submitted to the Department and dated December 8, 2014.

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2015
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Reports and Documents
*Year may not be 2016. Photo shows an unknown camera person taking a photo of a field of flowers. These are probably from the seed planting project shown in Hika Shores 1-6.
Combined Plan Including some Financials, Action Plan, Outreach, LNRP Newsletter, and Strategic Planning. See pages 2-3 in document to see full list of what is included in print.
Agendas from meetings of the Friends of Hika Bay, the Village of Cleveland, and others to discuss Hika Bay Management.
Photo of Fischer Creek Bluff, near the shoreline of Lake Michigan.
Photo of the Fischer Creek Bluff, showing the shoreline of Lake Michigan and hilly area around the shoreline.
Google earth satellite view of Fischer Creek Park with north work areas highlighted
Photo of shoreline of Lake Michigan near Fischer Creek Park.
Google earth satellite view of south lot work area in Fischer Creek Park.
Shoreline view of Lake Michigan near Fischer Creek Park. Panoramic view.
Photo shows an unknown woman watering seeds and a sapling that have just been planted.
Photo shows and unknown woman sowing seeds in a clearing.
Photo shows two unknown women, one sowing seeds and one watching while holding a watering can.
Photo shows two unknown men pushing a tilling machine through an clearing. Part of a planting project.
Photo shows the work crew for a seed planting project near Hika Bay Park.
Photo shows piles of honeysuckle, an invasive plant species, that have been cut down and removed from the north lot work areas, shown in the photo "Fischer Creek North Work Areas".
Photo shows piles of honeysuckle, an invasive, after removal from the south work lot, as shown in the photo "Fischer Creek South Lot Work Area".
Photo of an unknown man using a weed whacker to cut down young honeysuckle, an invasive species, in the Hika Bay Park area.
Photo shows a board with photos of invasive plant species for an invasive plant removal project in Fischer Creek Conservation Area
Photo shows an unknown person sowing seeds in a tilled area after honeysuckle and other invasive species were removed from the Fischer Creek Conservation Area.
Photo shows soil and shovels to be used to plant trees in the Fischer Creek Conservation Area after honeysuckle, an invasive plant species, was removed.
Photo shows two volunteers digging holes for tree planting in the Fischer Creek Conservation Area after honeysuckle, an invasive, was removed.
Photo shows two volunteers digging holes for tree planting in Fischer Creek Conservation area after honeysuckle, an invasive, was removed.
Photo shows two volunteers digging holes for tree planting in Fischer Creek Conservation Area after honeysuckle, an invasive plant, was removed.
Photo shows two volunteers digging holes for tree planting in Fischer Creek Conservation Area after honeysuckle, an invasive, was removed
Photo shows two volunteers working to plant trees in the Fischer Creek Conservation Area after honeysuckle, an invasive, was removed.
Photo shows a volunteer digging holes for tree planting in the Fischer Creek Conservation Area after honeysuckle, an invasive, was removed
Photo of big honeysuckle, an invasive species in the Hika Bay Park area.
Water quality reports discussing various creeks in and around Hika Bay Park from 2010-2015.
Photo shows a volunteer getting soil for tree planting in the Fischer Creek Conservation Area after honeysuckle, an invasive, was removed.
*Material goes through 2016. Various newsletters and other outreach materials from the Friends of Hika Bay and LNRP. File also includes some maps of sampling points/work locations and schematics for sediment/water control barriers.
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership (LNRP) proposes to support developing the membership and capacity of the Friends of Hika Bay group and implement the 5-year work plan. The project will 1) monitor five streams with two interns from UW-Manitowoc, 2) map and control invasive species, 3) conduct habitat monitoring and restoration work on Centerville Creek and Hika Shores, 4) do watershed planning, and 5) hold four seminars and develop reports and articles for the LNRP newsletter. LNRP will submit a final report summarizing the project to the Department. The project elements and deliverables will be completed as described in the project proposal submitted to the Department and dated December 8, 2014.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership (LNRP) proposes to support developing the membership and capacity of the Friends of Hika Bay group and implement the 5-year work plan. The project will 1) monitor five streams with two interns from UW-Manitowoc, 2) map and control invasive species, 3) conduct habitat monitoring and restoration work on Centerville Creek and Hika Shores, 4) do watershed planning, and 5) hold four seminars and develop reports and articles for the LNRP newsletter. LNRP will submit a final report summarizing the project to the Department. The project elements and deliverables will be completed as described in the project proposal submitted to the Department and dated December 8, 2014.
 
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