Small Scale Lake Planning
This APMP addresses Mable Lake. Despite this specificity, it maintains the waterscape perspective crucial to effective lake stewardship. This is especially important when it comes to preventing introduction and establishment of aquatic invasive species (AIS). This APMP also addresses a population of an aquatic invasive species (AIS). The aquatic invasive plant Eurasian water-milfoil was first documented in Mable Lake in 2010.
This stewardship prospectus summarizes the first steps taken by the Mable Lake Association along the path of lake stewardship and sets the stage for the serious undertaking of long-term care of a healthy lake.
The Mable Lake Association is sponsoring a small scale lake planning grant project to begin a lake management planning and stewardship program for Mable Lake, Lincoln County. The project will focus on the organizational development for the stewardship program and plan.
Project activities include: 1) Organizational development \2013 data and information gathering and summary, planning meetings (2); 2) Develop Stewardship Prospectus.
Project deliverables include: Stewardship Prospectus.
Lake Management Plan Development