KELLY LAKE ADVANCEMENT ASSOC: Kelly Lake Management Planning Project

Purpose

The Kelly Lake Advancement Association is sponsoring a project to develop a Comprehensive Lake Management Plan consistent with NR 198.43 for Kelly Lake in Oconto County. Project final deliverables include: 1)Water Quality and Watershed Analysis, 2)Fishery Data Compilation and Integration, 3)Shoreline Course Woody Habitat Assessment, 4)Aquatic/ Current Aquatic Plant Community Assessment, 5)Aquatic Invasive Aquatic Plant Surveys, 6) Completion of a WDNR \2013Approved Stakeholder Survey, 7)Public Participation in the Planning Process, 8)Clean Boats Clean Waters Specific project activities include: 1) Water quality using WisCALM comparisons http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/surfacewater/assessments.html 2) Watershed analysis completed primarily with WiLMS and predictive equations. 3) Fishery compilation and integration within management plan 4) Conduct Point Intercept survey consistent with DNR Protocol http://www.uwsp.edu/cnr-ap/UWEXLakes/Documents/ecology/Aquatic%20Plants/PI-Protocol-2010.pdf 30 5) Professional Zebra Mussel monitoring 6) Completion of WDNR-approved social survey using DNR protocol http://intranet.dnr.state.wi.us/int/es/science/socialmanual.htm 7) Clean Boat Clean Water Inspections with a minimum of 200 hours per boat landing 8) Shoreline and course Woody Habitat Assessment per DNR protocol. Special Conditions: 1) CLMN efforts should not be duplicated and these data shall be included in the trends analysis and final reporting; 2) All data CBCW and CLMN shall be entered into the SWIMS database.

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Aquatic Invasives Grant
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AEPP47916
2016
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Lab costs for the grant received by Kelly Lake Advancement Association.
Appendices for the Kelly Lake Comprehensive Management Plan
Kelly Lake is located within the Little River watershed and is surrounded by a moderate amount of agricultural land, as well as natural forests and wetlands. Kelly Lake, through its unnamed outlet stream drains to Kelly Brook, an ASNRI Endangered Threatened or Special Concern stream. In 2012, EWM was discovered within the lake as well as zebra mussels.
 
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