DANE COUNTY: Lake Monona/Turville Bay Research & Development Project

Purpose

Dane County proposes to evaluate native plant response to two milfoil management techniques (early season 2,4-D and early season deep-cutting) on Turville Bay of Lake Monona. The results of this research are applicable to inland waters statewide and nationally. They will hold public meetings, press releases, and submit the final report in hard and electronic copies to DNR, and include all raw data. Please note: Final report deliverables help us ensure that the grant has been satisfactorily completed, and that state dollars are being spent wisely. Every deliverable, no matter how minor, must be completed in order to receive full reimbursement for the state share of costs. Ranking questions used to obtain this award, and specific deliverables mentioned in your grant description, constitute final report deliverables. If any deliverable is not adequately provided in the final report, only partial reimbursement, at the department's discretion, will be made. The only exception will be if there is a well-justified and department-approved scope amendment. If you have any question about what a specific ranking question or other deliverable means, please contact your lake coordinator BEFORE you sign this agreement.

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Reports and Documents
People living near Turville Bay in Lake Monona, and others interested in the restoration of native aquatic plant communities in the Yahara Lakes, can discuss third-year results and plans for 2011 with researchers from 7 – 9 p.m., Wednesday March 30, 2011 at the Lyman F. Anderson Agriculture and Conservation Center in Conference Room 121A, 1 Fen Oak Court in Madison.
 
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ACEI-034-08
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ACEI-034-08 Lake Monona/Turville Bay Research & Development Project
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Aquatic Invasives Research
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