Wild Rice Restoration in St. Louis River AOC

Purpose

This Scope of Work builds on current efforts and maximizes the previous investments in wild rice restoration in the estuary. This project will be overseen by Minnesota Land Trust (MLT) and includes five tasks: 1) the collection of substrate information for the Wisconsin side of the upper estuary, 2) the installation of predator deterrents for existing seeding areas as determined, and the restoration of 119 acres of wild rice, 3) annual monitoring of restoration sites, 4) improving community understanding of the wild rice restoration program, and 5) grant reporting.

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Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
Habitat
GL00E01987_SLR1601_WILD_RICE
2016
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Reports and Documents
Final Report for 2017-2019 Wild Rice Restoration
Sub-contractor report for 2019 wild rice deliverables
Q3 2019 Q report
Q2 2019 Q report
St. Louis River Area of Concern Wild Rice Restoration Q1 2019 quarterly report
Quarterly Report SLR wild rice restoration Q4 2018
2018 SLR Wild Rice Monitoring Report from 1854 Treaty Authority
St. Louis River Wild Rice Restoration Q report Q3 2018
Quarterly Report and invoice for Wild Rice Restoration. St. Louis River.
SLRAOC quarterly report for wild rice restoration Q1 2018
2017 Annual Report SLR Wild Rice Restoration
St Louis River wild rice restoration project quarterly report
Substrate mapping in St. Louis River Estuary, WI portions. No appendices.
2017 Wild Rice monitoring report St. Louis River Estuary.
Q3 report for Wild Rice restoration in St. Louis River, WI.
Quarterly report Q2 2017, Minnesota Land Trust Wild Rice Restoration in the St Louis River.
St. Louis River Wild Rice Restoration Quarterly Report Q4 2016
St. Louis River Wild Rice Restoration Quarterly Report Q1 2017