BIG ROUND LAKE PROTECTION AND REHAB DISTRICT: Big Round Lake CBCW AIS Education & Prevention

Purpose

The Big Round Lake protection and rehabilitation district is sponsoring a three year AIS prevention and education project including a CB/CW inspection program Big Round Lake supplemented with ILIDS, inspector training, AIS identification and prevention education, informational signage at landings. Deliverables include a comprehensive report with: 1) A final report summarizing accomplishments/progress of the project including watercraft inspection and lake monitoring report detailing total time and number of people reached. Report also includes installation of ILIDS device, ILIDS inspection report including time and number of launches and potential violations, and landing improvements such as signage; 2) CB/CW survey results; daily results will be entered into the DNR CB/CW database; 3) Verification of workshops and/or inspector training such as agendas and attendance lists; 4) Copies of educational materials and mailings paid by this grant; 5) AIS related materials generated or paid for by this grant. Special conditions for this project: The project sponsor shall immediately contact the DNR in the event of a new aquatic invasive species infestation. This scope summarizes the project detail provided in the application and does not negate tasks/deliverables described therein. Data, records, and reports, including GIS-based maps and digital images, must be submitted to the Department in a format specified by the AIS Coordinator. It is recommended that Grantee provide AIS Coordinator with a draft final report. If consultant is to provide final report, it is recommended that Grantee provide DNR AIS Coordinator with a draft for comment on report adequacy prior to making final payment to the consultant. The DNR shall receive a paper and electronic copy of the final report.

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Aquatic Invasives Grant
Aquatic Invasives Education
AEPP-322-12
2011
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Reports and Documents
Sawyer County created an Aquatic Invasive Species Program in May, 2006 with funding from a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Aquatic Invasive Species grant. The primary goal of the program has always been to prevent the introduction or spread of aquatic invasive species in Sawyer County waters. Objectives of the program have included education of the public about AIS issues, map and monitor aquatic invasive species in Sawyer County, ensure lake associations have assistance to properly manage AIS issues, and provide displays and materials to spread the work about AIS. Since 2006, the AIS Coordinator, along with Sawyer County Zoning and Conservation staff have made hundreds of lake visits, presented information to many lake associations, and have assisted on many lakes throughout the county with AIS issues. As of 2014, few lakes have aquatic invasive species in Sawyer County that do not have a control plan in place. Assistance has been given to lakes with Eurasian Water milfoil, purple loosestrife, curly-leaf pondweed, mystery snails, flowering rush, and any other AIS or unusual native plant that caused concern. With no one specifically working on AIS in the Hayward Department of Natural Resources office, the Sawyer County program has been of real benefit.
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PROJECT SCOPE AND DESCRIPTION OF DELIVERIES
Video Review Worksheet.
Management Guidelines
Grant Approval Letter
AIS Control Grant Application
Project Proposal
AIS Grant Supporter Letter [AEPP-322-12]
grant close-out checklist
2013 proved to be a year with new discoveries of EWM in Sawyer County and a mixed bag of increasing and decreasing EWM populations. Other lakes in Sawyer County were found to not need herbicide treatments including Whitefish Lake (EWM) and the Spider Chain of Lakes (CLP) and Lake Hayward was the only known large outbreak of EWM found. While the new findings of EWM in Lake Hayward, Tiger Cat Flowage, and Lost Land Lake kept the AIS Coordinator busy, other lakes were also surveyed and a lot of education for local residents and visitors took place. Overall, AIS work in Sawyer County seems to be slowing the spread and greatly helping in the control of the AIS that is found in the county.
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Install Kiosk or Sign
Watercraft Inspections Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Watercraft Inspections on Big Round Lake
Monitor Invasive Species
 
Watershed
 
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