Lower Sugar River Watershed Association Phosphorus Analysis

Purpose

The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association will be collecting Total Phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.

Objective

The main goal of the WAV program is to preserve and protect Wisconsin’s streams and the lakes to which they are connected. Objectives of the program are to educate and empower citizens to share their data, to obtain high quality data useful for DNR decision-making, and to encourage data and knowledge sharing. The process of data collection by Wisconsin residents enhances their understanding of water quality parameters, and in many cases, interests them in assisting with more sophisticated projects, including the collection of additional biological, chemical, and physical site data. Ultimately, a goal is that DNR staff trust volunteer data results, and therefore utilize WAV data to assist in making management decisions.

Study Design

Volunteer stream monitors assess water quality parameters identified in the DNR’s Water Resources Monitoring Strategy for Wisconsin. Volunteers may identify their own sampling locations. In some instances, WAV Coordinators, DNR, or county staff may recommend sites based on the need to acquire status or trends information, or other types of monitoring that are priorities. In general, volunteers are asked to monitor from May through October. Advanced volunteers choose primary (P) and secondary (S) sampling dates in advance and note on their data sheets which of those dates they monitored. Volunteers are asked to sample on the primary date unless there are safety concerns about being at the stream site (e.g., tornado, lightning, dangerously high flows) or a personal or family emergency. The goal is to monitor at the same time each month, about 30 days after the last monitoring visit. Volunteers are instructed to enter data into the Surface Water Integrated Monitoring System (SWIMS) database by the end of each month and to immediately report extreme conditions that may be hazardous to aquatic life to their local DNR or County biologist. Parameters measured monthly include: dissolved oxygen (concentration), dissolved oxygen (saturation), streamflow, transparency, temperature (instantaneous and/or continuous measurements), and sometimes pH. In addition, macroinvertebrates (Biotic Index) are assessed twice per year and habitat conditions are assessed once per year. Some volunteers monitor specific conductance, chloride, total phosphorus, E. coli, or other parameters.

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Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists, the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus and nitrogen samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Juda and Brownsville Offices are working together with DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor several sites in the Sugar River and Rock River Watersheds. The volunteers will be collecting total phosphorus samples and submitting to the State Lab of Hygiene.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
For the past two years, ten sites have been monitored each month from May until October by Grande Cheese employees to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management, and in support of restoration efforts being done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Horicon Marsh.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
Members of the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association and the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association, along with employees from Applied Ecological Services and Grande Cheese, are working together with Wisconsin DNR biologists and Water Action Volunteers to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, some of these sites have been monitored biweekly from May until October for the last three years in order to evaluate Grande’s phosphorus compliance option of adaptive management.
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
The Lower Sugar River Watershed Association, Applied Ecological Services, and Grande Cheese are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor over 20 stations in the Lower Sugar River Watershed. A true collaboration, funding is split throughout three DNR projects and LSRWA to get the job done!
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Brownsville Office are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor seven sites along Kummel Creek in the Rock River Watershed. Thanks to their hard work, we now have a better understanding of the amount of phosphorus present in this system!
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Brownsville Office are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor seven sites along Kummel Creek in the Rock River Watershed. Thanks to their hard work, we now have a better understanding of the amount of phosphorus present in this system!
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Brownsville Office are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor seven sites along Kummel Creek in the Rock River Watershed. Thanks to their hard work, we now have a better understanding of the amount of phosphorus present in this system!
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Brownsville Office are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor seven sites along Kummel Creek in the Rock River Watershed. Thanks to their hard work, we now have a better understanding of the amount of phosphorus present in this system!
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Brownsville Office are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor seven sites along Kummel Creek in the Rock River Watershed. Thanks to their hard work, we now have a better understanding of the amount of phosphorus present in this system!
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Brownsville Office are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor seven sites along Kummel Creek in the Rock River Watershed. Thanks to their hard work, we now have a better understanding of the amount of phosphorus present in this system!
Employees from Grande Cheese Company’s Brownsville Office are working together with DNR biologists and WAV to monitor seven sites along Kummel Creek in the Rock River Watershed. Thanks to their hard work, we now have a better understanding of the amount of phosphorus present in this system!
 
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Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Collect chemical, physical, and/or biological water quality data to assess the current overall stream health. The data can inform management decisions and may be used to identify impaired waters for biennial lists.
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