RIVER ALLIANCE OF WISCONSIN: Part 2B Diagnostic & Feasibility Study for Bakken Pond & Long Lake

Purpose

The River Alliance of Wisconsin proposes to conduct a more detailed assessment of groundwater contaminants to Long Lake and Bakkens Pond, sloughs of the Wisconsin River in Sauk County. This assessment will complete a diagnostic and feasibility study for these waters, and will be used to evaluate optimum buffer locations and sizes, and possibly other management actions, to reduce nutrient loading to these sensitive waters. Groundwater monitoring wells will be installed and monitored, lake water quality sampling will be performed, and metaphyton cover will be estimated, along with other hydrological information. Fish populations will also be surveyed to assess status of rare, sensitive species. This project will conclude with a final floodplain lakes management and restoration plan. Citizen group meetings will be held in conjunction with Friends of the Lower Wisconsin Riverway, Lower Wisc. State Riverway Board, and Town meetings. The final report will also be shared with local news outlets.

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Lakes Grant
Large Scale Lake Planning
LPL-1549-14
2014
Complete
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Bakkens Pond
Lakes Planning Grant
Diagnostic/Feasibility Assessment
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Monitor Fish Community
Project Deliverable
final floodplain lakes management and restoration plan.
Informational Meetings
Issue News/Media Release
Grant Awarded
Long lake
 
Watershed
 
Waters