LAKESHORE NATURAL RESOURCES PARTNERSHIP INC.: Implementing Work Plan Friends of Hika Bay

Purpose

The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases. The project elements and deliverables will be completed as described in the project proposal submitted to the Department and dated April 26, 2012.

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River Grant
River Planning Grant
RP-234-13
2012
Complete
 
Reports and Documents
Presentation of data and discussion about monitoring results from 2012 for Pine, Calvin, Point, and Fischer Creeks
Pollution water quality assessment for creeks in Southern Manitowoc County
Friends of Hika Bay, Friends of Branch River, and Friends of Manitowoc River Watershed (Manitowoc County) Final Report, prepared by the Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership. Discusses group participation, programs, and results of LNRP and UW-Manitowoc partnership.
Flyer for a meeting about the Lakeshore Water Institute on November 7, 2013 from 6-8:30pm at UW-Manitowoc
Agenda for a meeting on November 7, 2013 and brief list of information about Lakeshore Water Institute at UW-Manitowoc
Cover sheet for the 2013 final report
Flyer by LNRP about what they do, their mission statement, their collective vision, etc.
Multiple news stories on the project
Final report of the stream assessment done in 2013 at Centerville Creek
Presentation reviewing what has been done for the Centerville Creek and Hika Park Restoration Project
Site name and latitude for streams
Summary of data collected and analyzed by UW Manitowoc for Centerville Creek
List of data sets and presentations included in the report
One of the priorities of the 5-year Action Plan for the Friends of Hika Bay is the identification and removal of invasive species.
LNRP Newsletter: Fall 2015, Coastal Wetland Restoration in Manitowoc
PDF outlining presentations of behalf of Friends of Hika Bay
*Goes through 2013. Tables recording sightings of various birds on different dates from 2012-2013
 
Activities & Recommendations
Rivers Planning Grant
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Information and Education
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Grant Awarded
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Issue News/Media Release
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Informational Meetings
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Develop/Distribute Newsletter
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Train Volunteers
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Hold Workshops
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Social Survey of Residents or Users
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
The Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc. will assist in implementing the Friends of Hika Bay five-year work plan. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will develop and implement a membership drive utilizing WaterGrass software, host four water seminars, host at least four invasive species training workshops, conduct weekly water quality monitoring, and prepare newsletters and newspaper article releases.
 
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