Watershed - Bark River (LR13)
Bark River Watershed

Details

This 186-square-mile watershed drains portions of Washington, Waukesha, and Jefferson counties and has many natural lakes, some of them large. About 47% of the area is in Waukesha County, 45% in Jefferson County and the remainder is in Washington County. Many of the watershed's lakes are experiencing heavy development pressure or have extensive development around them. While some wetlands have been drained or filled, a significant amount of wetland remains. The greatest threat to the basin's wetlands is rapid development in Waukesha County. The watershed is about 44% agricultural, but significant rural subdivision development occurs in the Waukesha County portion of the watershed. Of the agricultural lands, about 7% have high soil erosion potential. Thus, agriculture use and rural development degrade local surface water quality. Livestock shoreline grazing is particularly troublesome in the towns of Cold Spring and Hebron. The town of Sullivan has the fifth highest soil loss rate in Jefferson County. The watershed has a high susceptibility to groundwater contamination. Because of the increasing amount of unsewered development around the many lakes in Waukesha County and the highly variable water levels in these lakes due to their groundwater-dominated characteristics, flooding of septic systems and subsequent contamination of private drinking water supplies is common. SEWRPC completed groundwater mapping for Waukesha County prior to 1991.

Date  2002

Population, Land Use

The Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC), in a staff report, recommends the Bark River Watershed in Waukesha and Washington Counties be considered a high priority for possible selection as a nonpoint source priority watershed project. The ranking reflects the threat of polluted runoff and the negative effects on many of the lakes in the Waukesha portion of the watershed. SEWRPC ranked its portion of the watershed's streams medium. Of the 12 lakes larger than 100 acres in the watershed, one is oligotrophic, five are mesotrophic, one is considered eutrophic and five are considered very eutrophic (WDNR). Growth has occurred in this watershed's municipalities at moderate rates during the past five years, especially in the Town of Delafield. This watershed also includes the towns of Merton, Lisbon, Summit, Concord, Hebron and Cold Spring. Sewer service area plans have been prepared for the following municipalities in the Waukesha County portion of the watershed: Delafield-Nashotah (1993), Hartland (1985), and Dousman (1990). Each of these plans will likely undergo substantive revisions in the ensuing five years to accommodate this growth.

Date  2002

Ecological Landscapes for Bark River Watershed

Ecological Landscapes

The Southeast Glacial Plains Ecological Landscape makes up the bulk of the non-coastal land area in southeast Wisconsin. This Ecological Landscape is made up of glacial till plains and moraines. Most of this Ecological Landscape is composed of glacial materials deposited during the Wisconsin Ice Age, but the southwest portion consists of older, pre-Wisconsin till with a more dissected topography. Soils are lime-rich tills overlain in most areas by a silt-loam loess cap. Agricultural and residential interests throughout the landscape have significantly altered the historical vegetation. Most of the rare natural communities that remain are associated with large moraines or in areas where the Niagara Escarpment occurs close to the surface. Historically, vegetation in the Southeast Glacial Plains consisted of a mix of prairie, oak forests and savanna, and maple-basswood forests. Wet-mesic prairies, southern sedge meadows, emergent marshes, and calcareous fens were found in lower portions of the Landscape. End moraines and drumlins supported savannas and forests. Agricultural and urban land use practices have drastically changed the land cover of the Southeast Glacial Plains since Euro-American settlement. The current vegetation is primarily agricultural cropland. Remaining forests occupy only about 10% of the land area and consist of maple-basswood, lowland hardwoods, and oak. No large mesic forests exist today except on the Kettle Interlobate Moraine which has topography too rugged for agriculture. Some existing forest patches that were formerly savannas have succeeded to hardwood forest due to fire suppression.

Date  2010

Watershed Documents
Watershed Grants
Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/15/2016
Waters Involved
Golden Lake
Status
Complete

Golden Lake Association, Inc: Golden Lake Association, Inc. 2016-2017 Ais Grant: The Golden Lake Association is sponsoring an integrated pest management project on Golden Lake.

Project deliverables: 2017 full point intercept (P/I) plant survey results; summary of 2016 & 2017 hand pulling efforts, summary of 2016 & 2017 DASH harvesting; late summer 2016 littoral survey results; final report evaluating the effectiveness of hand pulling, DASH, chemical treatment (not funded); discussion of goals in the 2015 APM plan; copies of permits, and data entry into SWIMS.

Project activities:1)Conduct DASH harvesting in 2016 & 2017(approx. 2 acres/yr); 2)Conduct a full P/I survey in summer 2017; 3)Conduct hand removal efforts in 2016 & 2017; 4)Conduct a littoral zone survey in late summer 2016; 5)Generate a final report.

Special Conditions:1)All data shall be entered into the SWIMS database; 2)Volunteer and equipment use lists and signatures shall be maintained for reporting in kind volunteer labor and equipment. 3)Final report to analyze the 2017 data and include distribution and density maps for hybrid/Eurasian water milfoil, curly leaf pondweed, and the top 7 native plant species. Final report to also include a table listing the species found in the lake in all years surveyed, including historical data, frequency of occurrence and relative density. Final report to evaluate the effectiveness of the integrated pest management project.

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 regional Lake Biologist.
If consultant is to provide final report, it is recommended that Grantee provide DNR Lake Coordinator with a draft for comment on report adequacy prior to making final payment to the consultant. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Control
Date
4/15/2018
Waters Involved
Golden Lake
Status
Complete

Golden Lake Association, Inc: 3 Yrs Ewm/Clp Ipm Control For Golden Lake: The Golden Lake Association is sponsoring a project to continue the control curly leaf pondweed, Eurasian water milfoil and hybrid milfoil in Golden Lake.

Project activities include: 1) 3 years of DASH harvesting for invasive species in the northern bay, designed as NR 107 sensitive area; 2) Hand removal of invasive species in various bays by snorkeling; 3) Hand removal of invasive species by scuba diving in deeper water;
4) completion of a full lake point intercept plant survey in the late summer of 2020; and 5) completion of aquatic bed maps in the late summers of 2018 and 2019 showing stands of invasive species.

Project deliverables include: 1) Annual progress reports detailing the past years\2019 activities and accomplishments; 2) a final report showing maps of managed areas, tables of activities, summaries of the efforts for each species and a description of the successes and shortcomings of the project; 3) results of the 2020 P/I survey incorporated into the final report to include plant distribution maps, tables comparing data from previous years, and tables showing plant survey statistics; 4) electronic copies of GIS maps, harvesting records and the final report.

Specific project conditions: A draft copy of the final report will be provided to the WDNR for review before the report is finalized. WDNR will be provided electronic and hard copies of data and reports/plans generated as a result of this project.

If consultant is to provide final report, it is recommended that Grantee provide DNR Lake Coordinator with a draft for comment on report adequacy prior to making final payment to the consultant. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Allis Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Allis Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Amy Bell Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Amy Bell Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Applebecker Millpond
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2008
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Jefferson County Lcd: Rome Mill Pond Aquatic Plant Survey & Plan: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will sponsor a project on Rome Pond, Jefferson County. This impoundment is a part of the Bark River watershed. Goals of this project include: 1) determine plant composition of the lake (including invasives); 2) develop a management plan; 3) educate the public and train volunteers. Final deliverables: 1) survey, sampling, and documentation of the plants and the extent of invasive plant species; 2) collect herbarium specimens and submit to the UW Madison Herbarium; 3) produce an updated bathymetry map; 4) collect monthly water clarity, temperature and dissolved oxygen measurements; 5) produce an aquatic plan management plan to include recommendations on managing the resource, as well as an implementation strategy; 6) Public meeting, press releases, educational workshop on findings & aquatic invasive species.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Barton Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Barton Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Beaver Dam Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Beaver Dam Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Beck Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Beck Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Boltonville Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Boltonville Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Brickyard Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Brickyard Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Druid Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Druid Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Ehne Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Ehne Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Erler Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Erler Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Gilbert Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Gilbert Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hartford Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Hartford Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hasmer Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Hasmer Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hawthorn Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Hawthorn Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Hickey Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Hickey Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Keowns Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Keowns Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Kohlsville Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Kohlsville Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Five
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lake Five
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Lenwood
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lake Lenwood
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lake Twelve
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lake Twelve
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lehner Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lehner Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lent Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lent Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Little Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Little Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Little Drickens Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Little Drickens Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Little Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Little Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lohr Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lohr Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lowes Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lowes Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Lucas Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Lucas Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Malloy Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Malloy Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mayfield Pond (Schwietzer)
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Mayfield Pond (Schwietzer)
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
McConville Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
McConville Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Miller Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Miller Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Monches Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Monches Millpond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Mueller Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Mueller Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Murphy Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Murphy Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Newburg Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Newburg Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Paradise Valley Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Paradise Valley Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Pike Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Pike Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Proschinger Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Proschinger Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Quas Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Quas Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Radtke Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Radtke Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Rockfield Quarry Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Rockfield Quarry Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2008
Waters Involved
Rome Mill Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson County Lcd: Rome Mill Pond Aquatic Plant Survey & Plan: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will sponsor a project on Rome Pond, Jefferson County. This impoundment is a part of the Bark River watershed. Goals of this project include: 1) determine plant composition of the lake (including invasives); 2) develop a management plan; 3) educate the public and train volunteers. Final deliverables: 1) survey, sampling, and documentation of the plants and the extent of invasive plant species; 2) collect herbarium specimens and submit to the UW Madison Herbarium; 3) produce an updated bathymetry map; 4) collect monthly water clarity, temperature and dissolved oxygen measurements; 5) produce an aquatic plan management plan to include recommendations on managing the resource, as well as an implementation strategy; 6) Public meeting, press releases, educational workshop on findings & aquatic invasive species.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2004
Waters Involved
School Section Lake
Status
Complete

School Section Lake Management District: School Section Lake Apm Plan: A consultant hired by the School Section Lake Management District will conduct a six transect plant survey in mid summer 2004. The consultant will follow the methodology for the plant survey as outlined in the grant application narrative. The project deliverable for this grant will be submittal of two paper copies and one electronic copy (on a CD-ROM) of the final report to the WDNR. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results from the plant survey; 2) Maps of plant beds, lake morphology and ecologically important areas; 3) Plant list; 4) Plant management goals, objectives, alternatives and management recommendations; and 5) GPS transect data.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Schwietzer Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Schwietzer Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Silver Lake (Paradise Valley)
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Silver Lake (Paradise Valley)
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Smith Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Smith Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Tilly Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Tilly Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Upper Nashotah Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for Nagawicka Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey with 1451 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Wallace Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Wallace Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
5/1/2004
Waters Involved
Werner Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Education Campaign To Collect Exotic Species At Boat Launch: The Town of Washington, in cooperation with the Eagle River Chain of Lake Association, is sponoring an education campaign on aquatic exotic species. This project includes the placement of signs, buckets, fenced in areas to store the buckets and designated collection areas at each of the 10 boat launch sites on the chain of lakes. The project also includes an education program including how to use the buckets to remove plant fragments from the lake, newsletters and news stories on aquaitc exotic species targeting lake users.

Project deliverables include:
* final report including a summary of the amount of public participation including fishing tournament participants;
* copies of newletters, newpaper articles and other media coverage.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Aquatic Invasives Education
Date
4/1/2006
Waters Involved
Werner Pond
Status
Complete

Town Of Washington: Clean Boats Clean Waters Training: The Town of Washington is sponsoring an Aquatic Invasive Species Education, Prevention & Planning project which will focus on increasing AIS public awareness and preventing the introduction of AIS into Washington's lake through Clean Boat/CleanWaters training and watercraft inspections on township lakes.

Project activities include:
1) Host CB/CW training on June 22, 2006.
2) Recruit volunteers and implement a CB/CW program at 18 public landings
3) Develop aquatic plant monitoring teams on each lake
4) Entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website by Inspectors
5) Develop one AIS educational outreach project by high school biology students
6) Design a traveling AIS educational exhibit

Project deliverables include:
- Completed entry of inspection forms 3200-120 onto Dept website
- Outreach Project
- AIS educational exhibit
- Final report (contents listed in section VI of proposal)

Specific conditions for this project:
- Final report needs Dept review and approval

WDNR Lakes Management Coordinator will be provided with an electronic (pdf or word) and hard copy of final report, photograph of AIS educational exhibit and summary of educational outreach project.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Applebecker Millpond
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Bark Lake Advancement Assoc: Bark Lake Advancement Assoc 2020 Cbcw: Bark Lake Advancement Assoc is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on BARK LAKE (BOAT LAUNCH, N/A).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2018
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Delafield: City Of Delafield 2018 Cbcw: City of Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2018 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2019
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Lower Nemahbin Lake Association: Lower Nemahbin Lake Association 2019 Cbcw: Lower Nemahbin Lake Association is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2019 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LOWER NEMAHBIN (COUNTY ROAD DR, N/A).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Bark Lake Advancement Assoc: Bark Lake Advancement Assoc 2020 Cbcw: Bark Lake Advancement Assoc is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on BARK LAKE (BOAT LAUNCH, N/A).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Lower Nemahbin Lake Association: Lower Nemahbin Lake Association 2020 Cbcw: Lower Nemahbin Lake Association is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 0 single public boat landings and 1 public boat landing pairs on NEMAHBIN LAKES (COUNTY ROAD DR), LOWER NEMAHBIN.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Crooked Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Cushman Pond
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2017
Waters Involved
Golden Lake
Status
Complete

Golden Lake Association, Inc.: Golden Lake Association, Inc. 2017 Cbcw: Golden Lake Association, Inc. is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2017 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on GOLDEN LAKE.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2018
Waters Involved
Golden Lake
Status
Complete

Golden Lake Association, Inc.: Golden Lake Association, Inc. 2018 Cbcw: Golden Lake Association, Inc. is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2018 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on GOLDEN LAKE.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2019
Waters Involved
Golden Lake
Status
Complete

Golden Lake Association, Inc.: Golden Lake Association, Inc 2019 Cbcw: Golden Lake Association, Inc is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2019 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on GOLDEN LAKE (GOLDEN LAKE, N/A).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Golden Lake
Status
Complete

Golden Lake Association, Inc.: Golden Lake Association, Inc. 2020 Cbcw: Golden Lake Association, Inc. is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on GOLDEN LAKE (GOLDEN LAKE, N/A).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Green Isle Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2019
Waters Involved
Hunters Lake
Status
Complete

Pretty Lake P & R District: Pretty Lake P & R District 2019 Cbcw: Pretty Lake P & R District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2019 at 0 single public boat landings and 2 public boat landing pairs on PRETTY LAKE (TRAILER LAUNCH, CARRY ON LAUNCH), HUNTERS LAKE(TRAILER LAUNCH, CARRY ON LAUNCH).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Hunters Lake
Status
Complete

Pretty Lake P & R District: Pretty Lake P & R District 2020 Cbcw: Pretty Lake P & R District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 0 single public boat landings and 1 public boat landing pairs on PRETTY LAKE (TOWN OF OTTAWA), HUNTERS LAKE(TOWN OF OTTAWA).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2019
Waters Involved
Lower Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

Lower Nemahbin Lake Association: Lower Nemahbin Lake Association 2019 Cbcw: Lower Nemahbin Lake Association is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2019 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LOWER NEMAHBIN (COUNTY ROAD DR, N/A).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Lower Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Lower Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

Lower Nemahbin Lake Association: Lower Nemahbin Lake Association 2020 Cbcw: Lower Nemahbin Lake Association is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 0 single public boat landings and 1 public boat landing pairs on NEMAHBIN LAKES (COUNTY ROAD DR), LOWER NEMAHBIN.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Meadow Brook
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Merton Millpond
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2018
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

Delafield: City Of Delafield 2018 Cbcw: City of Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2018 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA.


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Pretty Lake
Status
Complete

Pretty Lake P & R District: Pretty Lake P & R District 2020 Cbcw: Pretty Lake P & R District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 0 single public boat landings and 1 public boat landing pairs on PRETTY LAKE (TOWN OF OTTAWA), HUNTERS LAKE(TOWN OF OTTAWA).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Rome Mill Pond
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2019
Waters Involved
Scuppernong Creek
Status
Complete

Pretty Lake P & R District: Pretty Lake P & R District 2019 Cbcw: Pretty Lake P & R District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2019 at 0 single public boat landings and 2 public boat landing pairs on PRETTY LAKE (TRAILER LAUNCH, CARRY ON LAUNCH), HUNTERS LAKE(TRAILER LAUNCH, CARRY ON LAUNCH).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Scuppernong Creek
Status
Complete

Pretty Lake P & R District: Pretty Lake P & R District 2020 Cbcw: Pretty Lake P & R District is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 0 single public boat landings and 1 public boat landing pairs on PRETTY LAKE (TOWN OF OTTAWA), HUNTERS LAKE(TOWN OF OTTAWA).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Date
2/15/2020
Waters Involved
Upper Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield 2020 Cbcw: Delafield is sponsoring a Clean Boats Clean Waters project in 2020 at 1 single public boat landings and 0 public boat landing pairs on LAKE NAGAWICKA (BLEEKER ST.).


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Allis Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Allis Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Amy Bell Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Amy Bell Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/15/2015
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Hlk-Graham Street & Misc Private Property Hl Bmps: The City of Delafield will implement best practices described in Wisconsin\2019s 2014-2017 Healthy Lakes Implementation Plan on Nagawicka Lake. Practices include: 350 ft2 native plantings, rain gardens, and diversion practices on 3 properties, including the City\2019s Graham Street demonstration site.
The best practices require a contract to remain in effect for 10 years and must include minimum operation and maintenance requirements and data collection as described in grant condition #17. If best practice(s) are implemented on land owned by the grant Sponsor, this Lake Protection Grant Agreement serves as the contract. If best practice(s) are implemented on land other than the sponsor\2019s, a contract between the sponsor and landowner that abides by grant condition #16 is required.
The Department may require re-payment of project installation costs if the best practice is disturbed or removed. The Sponsor and/or the Department may perform site inspections and/or monitoring to ensure project success.
Deliverables: Best practice location and design information, if not included in the application; signed 10-year landowner contract; pre and post project installation photographs; summary of education activities and publicity/promotion of Healthy Lakes initiative, if applicable.
Special conditions: The state share of each best practice cannot exceed $1,000. The state share of grant administration and technical assistance costs may not exceed 10% of the grant award; technical assistance does not include implementation labor. Funding cannot be used for mitigation or regulatory compliance activities. Water regulation and/or county zoning permits must be issued before construction. The Healthy Lakes logo should be used for promotion and publicity, and DNR recognized as a funding source.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/15/2018
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Hlk - Nagawicka Shores Condos & Harbor Point Condos Healthy Lakes: This project implements best practices described in Wisconsin\2019s Healthy Lakes Implementation Plan. Practices may include fish sticks, 350 ft2 native plantings, diversion, rock infiltration, and rain gardens, and all best practices must follow the associated Healthy Lake technical guidance.

The best practices require a 10-year contract and must include minimum operation and maintenance requirements and data collection as described in grant condition #24. If best practice(s) are implemented on land owned by the grant Sponsor, this Lake Protection Grant Agreement serves as the contract. If best practice(s) are implemented on land other than the Sponsor\2019s, a contract between the sponsor and landowner that abides by grant condition #24 is required. The Department may require re-payment of project installation costs if the best practice is disturbed or removed. The Sponsor and/or the Department may perform site inspections and/or monitoring to ensure project success.

An example final report is available to capture deliverables, including pre and post photos, data collection requirements, and a checklist describing records like the signed 10-year contract and best practice and design plans the Sponsor should maintain.

Special conditions: The state share of each best practice cannot exceed $1,000. The state share of grant administration and technical assistance costs may not exceed 10% of the grant award; technical assistance does not include implementation labor. Funding cannot be used for mitigation or regulatory compliance activities. Water regulation and/or county zoning permits must be issued before construction. The Healthy Lakes logo should be used for promotion and publicity, and DNR recognized as a funding source.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Barton Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Barton Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Bean Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Beaver Dam Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Beaver Dam Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Beck Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Beck Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/15/1995
Waters Involved
Big Muskego Lake
Status
Complete

Big Muskego/Bass Bay P & R District: Lmi-Df-Lake Drawdown Diagnostic Feasibility Study: The Big Muskego/Bass Bay Protection and Rehabilitation District proposes to conduct an extensive water quality and aquatic plant diagnostic feasibility examination of the proposed drawdown and fish eradication at Big Muskego Lake. Project activities include determining rates of nitrogen and phosphorous release from sediments, analyzing sediment cores to determine moisture content, density, organic matter, total sediment nitrogen and phohphorous, porewater nitrogen and phosphorous, extractable phosphorous, and exchangeable sediment nitrogen, and evaluating changes in the distribution, abundance, and species composistion of aquatic macrophytes from aerial photography and field survey work before and after drawdown. This agreement covers the costs of the activities listed in the application as scheduled to be performed during 1995. The US Army Corps of Engineers will provide 50% cost share assistance in match to finance the study.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Blue Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Boltonville Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Boltonville Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Brickyard Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Brickyard Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
2/7/1993
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Cedar Lakes Conservation Foundation: Acq-Big Cedar Lake Land Acquisition - Jj Dockers Property: The Cedar Lakes Conservation Foundation, Inc. will acquire approximately 1.997 acres of land situated on the northwest shoreline of Big Cedar Lake in the town of West Bend, to reduce sedimentation and nutrient flows to the lake and to provide a safe public access to the lake. The primary goals of the property's management plan are to 1) construct and maintain a stormwater detention pond to filter pollutants flowing into the lake and 2) to develop a safe public boating access to Big Cedar Lake.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
3/1/1996
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Cedar Lakes Conservation Foundation: Acq-Big Cedar Lake Land Acquisition - Hembel Property: The Cedar Lakes Conservation Foundation will acquire 103 acres of land situated within a major subwatershed of and that drains toward Big Cedar Lake. The stream that passes through the property has been identified as a major source of nonpoint pollution responsible for cropland sediment loading to the lake. The primary goals of the property's management plan are (1) existing wooded portions of the land will be preserved in their natural state (2) certain wetland areas will be restored; lands associated with the stream, buffer strips, and grassed waterways will be maintained and managed by the lake district and (3) rental of existing croplands will be conditioned on the implementation of practices contaiend in the LCD cropland management plan. Croplands no longer rented for agricultural purposes will be planted in native species of grasses, shrubs, and trees. Eligible costs aer outlined on the attached Cost Estimate Worksheet.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Cushman Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Druid Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Druid Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/2001
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Lmi-Df-Mukwonago River Watershed Feasibiliy Study-Eagle: Studies and Surveys to correct and improve the Watershed conditions. Consultant will see if a draw down stradegy will work. This is to update manangement plan, recommendations to residents, and hold public meetings.

The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.

Scope change: Additional sediment samples deemed necessary to provide information for report. Labor for sampling will be included in this grant with no cost increase to grant total or SLOH testing.

Scope change: Under budget for fish assessment, seed bank study, mussel survey, and aquatic plant survey so using it for part of a reimbursement on the Wetland Vegetation survey. This survey was in the Feasibility Study which was already submitted. There is a slight cost increase which will be funded by local funds.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Ehne Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Ehne Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Erler Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Erler Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Firemen Park Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Gilbert Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2000
Waters Involved
Gilbert Lake
Status
Complete

Big Cedar Lake Protection & Rehab. District: Acq-Fritsche Conservancy Area-Big Cedar Lake: Land acquisition of approximately 43 acres, currently in agricultural use. For the purpose of installing sedimentation basins and native grasses, shrubs, and trees that will eliminate what has been a persistent source of nonpoint pollution entering Gilbert Lake.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Gilbert Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Golden Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Goose Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Green Isle Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Green Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Hahns Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Hartford Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Hartford Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Hasmer Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Hasmer Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Hawthorn Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Hawthorn Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Heiden Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/1999
Waters Involved
Henrietta Lake
Status
Complete

Waukesha County Land Conservancy: Acq-Wilson Parcel - Lily Lake: The Waukesha Land Conservancy wishes to purchase 60 acres of land in the SW corner of Waukesha County. Two lakes (Henrietta and Waterville) lie within 750 feet of the property and the parcel contains a 3.2 acre lake, named Lily Lake. The property is also adjacent to Scuppernong Creek. The parcel contains deep marsh, a bog and sedge meadow and is listed as Class 1 Wildlife Habitat. The Waukesha Land Conservancy will provide an area for canoe access and parking. The parcel is listed as a NA-2 by SEWRPC. The landowner is donating $55,000 of value and accepting an offer less than the certified value.
AMENDMENT: The Waukesha Land Conservancy will purchase a total of 60.68 acres, and the project also includes a 40 foot-wide easement and 35 foot-wide building setback extending around the edge of the property acquired and the eastern edge of the wetland complex for the purpose of protecting the wetland and the lake (see project file for legal description).


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Hickey Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Hickey Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Hoopers Millpond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Hope Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Keowns Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Keowns Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Kohlsville Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Kohlsville Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Kurtz Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lac La Belle
Status
Complete

Lac La Belle Environmental Foundation: Acq-Lac La Belle Saeger Creek- Kolesar Acquisition: The Lac La Belle Environmental Foundation will acquire one acre of land on Lake Lac La Belle in Waukesha County for the protection and improvement of the water quality of the lake.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2011
Waters Involved
Lac La Belle
Status
Complete

Village Of Lac La Belle: Acq- Canceled Lac La Belle Stream Corridor Easement: The Village of Lac La Belle will purchase conservation easements on three Alan Runyard properties in an effort to reduce sediment and phosphorus that flow into Lac La Belle through the Golf Course Stream on the north side of the lake by implementation of best management practices. BMPs include buffer strips planted with native vegetation, clearing of invasive species, and stream bank stabilization. Two properties will have a 75\2019 conservation easement on the east side of the property, along the west bank of the Golf Course Stream. A third conservation easement will be for the construction of a 2.2 acre water quality basin that will intercept runoff and allow pollutants to be removed through settling.

The conservation easements will be held in perpetuity by the Village of Lac La Belle, the grant application sponsor.

The site will be maintained by the easement holder (Village of Lac La Belle) or its designee. Public access is not part of the easement agreement, but as the easement holder, the Village will have the right to enter, construct, install, inspect, operate, maintain, replace and repair landscape and drainage features or improvements within the easement area. The Village will also retain the right to add or remove soils and/or vegetation within the easement.

Special conditions for submittal of recorded easement, canceled checks for purchase of easement and other eligible associated acquisition costs, and other documents will be detailed in the grant contract. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Five
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lake Five
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/5/1995
Waters Involved
Lake Koshkonong
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co. Parks Dept.: Acq-Blackhawk Island Acq-Wilson,Prisk,Hyser,Schnenke,Gillam: Jefferson County will acquire the Wilson (Reese/Schaver), Wilson property, the Richard Prisk property, the Hyser property, the Schnenke property, and the Gillam property for lake protection purposes. The preservation of these parcels are for open space and passive recreation use. Eligible costs include acquisition of the parcel, appraisal fee and preparation of an environmental assessment. Amendment 1: the Wilson (Reese/Schaver) parcel, the Wilson (LA) parcel, the Hyser parcl, and the Gillam parcel are deleted; the London, Taylor, Spataro, Magnuson, Sobatka, Schmit, Hurt, Todd, and Osborne parcels are added.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/5/1995
Waters Involved
Lake Koshkonong
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co. Parks Dept.: Acq-Blackhawk Island Acquisition-Mimmick,Sabotka, Mcevoy Props: Jefferson County will acquire the Mimmick property, Sabotka property, and the McEvoy property for lake protection purposes. The preservation of these parcels are for open space and passive recreation use. Eligible costs include acquisition of the parcel, appraisal fee and preparation of an environmental assessment. Amendment 1: The Mimmick property is deleted; the London, Taylor, Spataro, Magnuson, Sobatka, Schmit, Hurt, Todd, and Osborne parcels are added.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/5/1995
Waters Involved
Lake Koshkonong
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co. Parks Dept.: Acq-Blackhawk Island Acquisition-Prisk,Janke,Ratcliff,Cloute: Jefferson County will acquire the Raymond Prisk property, the Brom Property, and the Janke, Becker, Ratcliff and Cloute property for lake protection purposes. The preservation of these parcels are for open space and passive recreation use. Eligible costs include acquisition of the parcel, appraisal fee and preparation of an environmental assessment. Amendment 1: the Raymond Prisk property is deleted from the scope; the London, Taylor, Spataro, Mannuson, Sobatka, Schmit, Hurt, Todd, and Osborne parcels are added.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Lake Koshkonong
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Lenwood
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lake Lenwood
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1997
Waters Involved
Lake Ripley
Status
Complete

Lake Ripley Management District: Acq-Lake Ripley Land Acquisition - Probst Property: Lake Ripley Management District will acquire about 99 acres of croplands and wetlands that help make up the only inlet to Lake Ripley. The acquisition project consists of two parts; 1) about 63 1/2 acres of farmed/wetland and 2) about 35 1/2 acres of drained wetland. This land will contribute to water quality improvements in Lake Ripley by stopping sedimentation from cropland in a soon to be restored wetland.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Lake Ripley
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2008
Waters Involved
Lake Ripley
Status
Complete

Lake Ripley Management District: Acq-Lake Ripley-Johnson Acquisition: The Lake Ripley Management District will purchase a 65.926-acre parcel of the James & Jane Johnson property in the Town of Oakland, Jefferson County. The property will link the 100-acre Lake Ripley Preserve to 40 acres of DNR-owned wetlands along Lake Ripley's only inlet. This purchase would also ensure the protection, in perpetuity, of a critical stream corridor and wetland/floodplain complex within the headwaters region of Lake Ripley. By purchasing this property, Lake Ripley Management District will be able to establish protective conservation buffers; gain access to additional wetland and stream areas for purchases of protection and restoration; and will preserve one of the watershed's few remaining woodlots.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2010
Waters Involved
Lake Ripley
Status
Complete

Lake Ripley Management District: Res-Hoard-Curtis Scout Camp Lkshore Rest.: Lake Ripley Management District proposes to undertake a shoreline stabilization and restoration project at the Hoard-Curtis Scout Camp shoreline on Lake Ripley, Jefferson County. They will install riprap off-shore of the existing shoreline (DNR permit already issued), plant aquatic plants inland of that riprap, and do upland seeding (to supplement previously completed plug plantings) after invasive weed and brush removal. The deliverable for this project will consist of a final written report describing the major steps in the project, supplemented with photo documentation of the work in progress and the final, complete project. Copies of publicity used during the project should be attached as well. Specific deliverables of the project (that is, detailed description of the restoration project) are contained within the grant application scope on page 4.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lake Twelve
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lake Twelve
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Lake Victoria
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lehner Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lehner Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lent Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lent Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Acq-Little Cedar Lake Park - Ackerman Acquisition Project: Washington County will acquire 62.94 acres of land on Little Cedar Lake for lake protection and to provide public boat access. The parcel will be developed into a county park complete with hiking trails, cross country skiing, sledding hill, swim area, beach, volleyball courts, picnic tables, detention pond, parking and bathroom facilities.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Little Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Drickens Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Little Drickens Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Little Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Little Friess Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/15/1996
Waters Involved
Little Muskego Lake
Status
Complete

Little Muskego Lake P & R District: Acq-Little Muskego Lake Land Acquisition - Bohn Property: The Little Muskego Lake P & R District will acquire 8.8 acres located in the SW 1/4 of Section 33 in the City of New Berlin, as part of the Little Muskego Lake Community's plan to purchase, reclaim, restore and preserve approximately 12 miles of stream corridor tributary to Little Muskego Lake. The property includes a segment of Calhoun Creek, wooded floodplain, wetlands, and uplands. Long term goals for this property include maintaining it in its present natural condition. Activities that will be considered for implementation per the property's land management plan include establishment of a prairie on the uplands, construction and placement of wood duck houses, developing a fish habitat improvement plan, and planning and construction of a stable formal trail system within the parcel.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/1997
Waters Involved
Little Muskego Lake
Status
Complete

Little Muskego Lake P & R District: Acq-Little Muskego Lake P & Rd - Rathke Acquisition: The Little Muskego Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District will acquire 20.57 acres in Waukesha County.The property contains an intermittent stream and wetlands including an emergent wet meadow with thick stand of cattails. Educational benefits of this property will include a formal trail system and educational study station.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2009
Waters Involved
Little Muskego Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Muskego: Res-Little Muskego- Holz Island Restoration: The City of Muskego will install a number of shoreline restoration best management practices on Holz Island, located on Little Muskego Lake. These include vegetated rip rap, coconut logs, tree drops, emergent shoreline plantings and prairie plantings. Existing invasive plant species on the island will be cleared and eradicated to the extent possible. Quantities, lengths and methods have been outlined in the grant application. The project deliverables include implementation of the grant application as well as a short report detailing accomplishments, hours spent, materials placed and a picture essay. The picture essay should include before, during and after pictures. Two paper and one electronic copy of the report should be submitted.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lohr Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lohr Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lowes Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lowes Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Lucas Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Lucas Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Malloy Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Malloy Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Maunesha Flowage
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mayfield Pond (Schwietzer)
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Mayfield Pond (Schwietzer)
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
McConville Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
McConville Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Miller Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Miller Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Monches Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Monches Millpond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Mud Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Mueller Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Mueller Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Murphy Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Murphy Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2009
Waters Involved
Muskego Creek
Status
Complete

City Of Muskego: Res-Little Muskego- Holz Island Restoration: The City of Muskego will install a number of shoreline restoration best management practices on Holz Island, located on Little Muskego Lake. These include vegetated rip rap, coconut logs, tree drops, emergent shoreline plantings and prairie plantings. Existing invasive plant species on the island will be cleared and eradicated to the extent possible. Quantities, lengths and methods have been outlined in the grant application. The project deliverables include implementation of the grant application as well as a short report detailing accomplishments, hours spent, materials placed and a picture essay. The picture essay should include before, during and after pictures. Two paper and one electronic copy of the report should be submitted.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
8/1/1994
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Acq-Nagawicka Lake-St. Johns Park Acquisition: The City of Delafield will acquire approximately .61 acres of land on the western border of Nagawicka Lake for lake protection and public outdoor recreation purposes. Eligible costs include acquisition of the parcel, appraisal fee and preparation of an environmental assessment


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/22/1997
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

Waukesha County Land Conservancy: Acq-Nagawicka Lake Land Acquisition-R&M Investments Property: The Waukesha Land Conservancy proposes to acquire 12.4 acres of land, including 411 feet of shoreline, situated on nagawicka Lake in the Village of Nashota, WUkesha County for lake protection purposes. The property includes approxi 5 acres of upland and 7 acres of wetland that is part of a larger Tamarack Bog. The primary goals of the property's land management plan are to maintain and enhance the natural state of the property, to control non-native and non-bog species, and to allow public access for recreational uses such as hiking, nature appreciation, and for educational purposes.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/1997
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

Waukesha County Land Conservancy: Acq-Nagawicka Lake Bog - Parcel 3 Acquisition: The Waukesha Land Conservancy will acquire 2.85 acres of land on Nagawicka Lake for lake protection purposes.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2002
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Lmi-Df-Diagnostic Feasibility Study For Nagawicka: Diagnostic and feasibility study for Nagawicka Lake to improve and enhance the water quality of the Lake. There will be a final design for the wet detention basins based on the preferred design alternatives selected by the City of Delafield and the DNR. There will be at least 6 formal meetings or presentations in addition to the public information meetings anticipated. The details for the study and final design are described in the project description.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/15/2015
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Hlk-Graham Street & Misc Private Property Hl Bmps: The City of Delafield will implement best practices described in Wisconsin\2019s 2014-2017 Healthy Lakes Implementation Plan on Nagawicka Lake. Practices include: 350 ft2 native plantings, rain gardens, and diversion practices on 3 properties, including the City\2019s Graham Street demonstration site.
The best practices require a contract to remain in effect for 10 years and must include minimum operation and maintenance requirements and data collection as described in grant condition #17. If best practice(s) are implemented on land owned by the grant Sponsor, this Lake Protection Grant Agreement serves as the contract. If best practice(s) are implemented on land other than the sponsor\2019s, a contract between the sponsor and landowner that abides by grant condition #16 is required.
The Department may require re-payment of project installation costs if the best practice is disturbed or removed. The Sponsor and/or the Department may perform site inspections and/or monitoring to ensure project success.
Deliverables: Best practice location and design information, if not included in the application; signed 10-year landowner contract; pre and post project installation photographs; summary of education activities and publicity/promotion of Healthy Lakes initiative, if applicable.
Special conditions: The state share of each best practice cannot exceed $1,000. The state share of grant administration and technical assistance costs may not exceed 10% of the grant award; technical assistance does not include implementation labor. Funding cannot be used for mitigation or regulatory compliance activities. Water regulation and/or county zoning permits must be issued before construction. The Healthy Lakes logo should be used for promotion and publicity, and DNR recognized as a funding source.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
4/15/2018
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Hlk - Nagawicka Shores Condos & Harbor Point Condos Healthy Lakes: This project implements best practices described in Wisconsin\2019s Healthy Lakes Implementation Plan. Practices may include fish sticks, 350 ft2 native plantings, diversion, rock infiltration, and rain gardens, and all best practices must follow the associated Healthy Lake technical guidance.

The best practices require a 10-year contract and must include minimum operation and maintenance requirements and data collection as described in grant condition #24. If best practice(s) are implemented on land owned by the grant Sponsor, this Lake Protection Grant Agreement serves as the contract. If best practice(s) are implemented on land other than the Sponsor\2019s, a contract between the sponsor and landowner that abides by grant condition #24 is required. The Department may require re-payment of project installation costs if the best practice is disturbed or removed. The Sponsor and/or the Department may perform site inspections and/or monitoring to ensure project success.

An example final report is available to capture deliverables, including pre and post photos, data collection requirements, and a checklist describing records like the signed 10-year contract and best practice and design plans the Sponsor should maintain.

Special conditions: The state share of each best practice cannot exceed $1,000. The state share of grant administration and technical assistance costs may not exceed 10% of the grant award; technical assistance does not include implementation labor. Funding cannot be used for mitigation or regulatory compliance activities. Water regulation and/or county zoning permits must be issued before construction. The Healthy Lakes logo should be used for promotion and publicity, and DNR recognized as a funding source.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Newburg Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Newburg Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Paradise Valley Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Paradise Valley Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Perch Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
2/9/1995
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Waukesha County: Acq-Pewaukee Lake Ryan Park Acquisition - Glass Property: The Waukesha County Park and Planning Commission will acquire 86.6 acres of land for lake protection. The preservation of this parcel for open space and passive park use. Eligible costs include acquisition of the parcel, appraisal fee and preparation of an environmental assessment.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2012
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Acq-Land Acquisition For Gluth Property: The Pewaukee Lake Sanitary District (PLSD) will use this grant to pay for the recent purchase of the Gluth property, located in the City of Pewaukee. The parcel is 30.67acres, including 26 acres of wetland and 4.67acres of upland woods and prairie. The parcel is primarily located in the shoreland zone of Pewaukee Lake. A tributary to Pewaukee Lake runs through a portion of the parcel. The PLSD will manage the invasive species (primarily buckthorn) through yearly cutting and herbicide treatment. The prairie will be expanded by mowing and seeding. The prairie will also be maintained by periodic controlled burns. The parcel will be used as an educational classroom by the local school district. Posts will be installed on the perimeter of the property to prevent filling of wetlands by adjacent landowners. A trail will be maintained on the property for controlled access. The PLSD hopes to install habitat improvements on the Pewaukee Lake Tributary to improve northern pike spawning. All maintenance and improvement activities will be the responsibility of the PLSD in accordance with the submitted Land Management Plan, dated December 3, 2012.

Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/2013
Waters Involved
Pewaukee Lake
Status
Complete

Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District: Acq-Lake Pewaukee Sd Property Acquisition: The Pewaukee Lake Sanitary District (PLSD) will use this grant to pay for part of the purchase of the Ogden property, located in the Town of Pewaukee. The parcel is 56 acres, including 50 acres of wetland and 6 acres of upland. The site is about a mile upstream of Pewaukee Lake. It contains a spring fed pond and has a class \201CA\201D trout stream, Coldwater Creek running along its southern border. Coldwater Creek flows about a half mile to Coco Creek, which then flow a half mile to Pewaukee Lake. The parcel borders other PLSD lands under protection.

The PLSD will manage an invasive species, buckthorn through yearly removal or cutting, with the goal to remove a minimum of \00BC acre per year. A prairie on the parcel will be maintained by periodic controlled burns at least once every 3 years. The parcel will be used as an educational classroom by the local school district, the Pewaukee River Partnership and the Pewaukee Women\2019s Club. A new wetland delineation will be completed within the first year of ownership. The District will install an asphalt or concrete pad in the upland \201Cbuildable area\201D on the northeast corner of the property to provide for recycling/composting of aquatic plants harvested from Lake Pewaukee. Permanent posts will be placed every 100 feet along the wetland on the edge of the \201Cbuildable \201Carea\201D by the composting site.

A barn will be removed within the first year and a house will be removed within 2 years of PLSD ownership. A small existing garage will remain on site for storage of machinery and tools.

All maintenance and improvement activities will be the responsibility of the PLSD in accordance with the revised Land Management Plan, dated December 31, 2013.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Pike Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Pike Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Proschinger Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Proschinger Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Quas Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Quas Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Radtke Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Radtke Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Red Cedar Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2003
Waters Involved
Rock Creek
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co. Parks Dept.: Res-Korth Park Shoreline Restoration: Jefferson County Parks Department will implement the Korth Park Shoreline Restoration project along 1,300 feet of shoreline on Rock Lake. Project deliverables include: re-establishing native shoreland, upland and aquatic vegetation, stabilizing the shoreline and grading to reduce steep slopes and existing erosion.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is in the grant application, which is a part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with a final report on the results of this project. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Rock Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2003
Waters Involved
Rock Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co. Parks Dept.: Res-Korth Park Shoreline Restoration: Jefferson County Parks Department will implement the Korth Park Shoreline Restoration project along 1,300 feet of shoreline on Rock Lake. Project deliverables include: re-establishing native shoreland, upland and aquatic vegetation, stabilizing the shoreline and grading to reduce steep slopes and existing erosion.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is in the grant application, which is a part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with a final report on the results of this project. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
Rock Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co. Parks Dept.: Res-Korth Park Shoreline Restoration: Korth Park Shoreline Restoration: This grant will cost the cost share for additional (to LPT-234-04) shoreline grading of 700 feet of shore, some of which is very steep, to establish a stable shoreline for the long-term. This graded area will need native plant restoration. All these activities will be done in a manner that will best protect a nearby archeological site of significance.

A full description of project scope and deliverables is available in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Rockfield Quarry Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Rockfield Quarry Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Rome Mill Pond
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Rose Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Round Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Schwietzer Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Schwietzer Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Silver Lake (Paradise Valley)
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Silver Lake (Paradise Valley)
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Smith Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Smith Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Tilly Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Tilly Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Un Spring
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2003
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co. Parks Dept.: Res-Korth Park Shoreline Restoration: Jefferson County Parks Department will implement the Korth Park Shoreline Restoration project along 1,300 feet of shoreline on Rock Lake. Project deliverables include: re-establishing native shoreland, upland and aquatic vegetation, stabilizing the shoreline and grading to reduce steep slopes and existing erosion.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is in the grant application, which is a part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with a final report on the results of this project. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2011
Waters Involved
Upper Nashotah Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Summit: Lco-Shoreland Ordinance Development/Update: The Village of Summit intends to update the existing shoreland ordinance to meet the revised standards of NR 115. The Village is proposing to create a separate Village floodplain ordinance. The Village is also proposing to combine the shoreland ordinance and current Village zoning code. The Village will identify representatives from the four lake management districts and several lake associations to assist in the ordinance review. Draft documents will be reviewed by Village staff and officials. Updates will be provided to the public during regularly scheduled public meetings. The project deliverables include 1) minutes and advertisements for the public informational meetings; 2) maps of the updated shoreland jurisdictional boundaries; 3) maps of groundwater recharge areas; 4) a new Village floodplain ordinance and 5) a new combined shoreland ordinance and zoning code. The process of updating the documents is expected to take one year from grant approval.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
10/1/1999
Waters Involved
Upper Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co Lwcd: Lco-Jefferson County Lake Classification: Jefferson County Land and Water Conservation Department will undertake a lake classification process. The resulting lake classification system will enable the County and other lake management entities to implement appropriate lake management strategies in a priority -driven and efficient manner. It will result in the protection and restoration of the water quality and natural ecosystems of the lakes in Jefferson County.

A full description of the project scope and project deliverables is available in the grant application, which is a part of this aggreement.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Wallace Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Wallace Lake
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
7/1/1998
Waters Involved
Werner Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Ordinance/Lake Classification Project: Through this project Washington County will develop a waterbody classification system; review and revise shoreland-wetland and floodplain ordinances; and refine the ordinance provisions governing shorelands, wetlands and floodlands, incorporating the waterbody classification into them.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2001
Waters Involved
Werner Pond
Status
Complete

Washington County: Lco-Lake Classification Project-Washington County: Phase 3 of Lake Classification Project. Public Hearing and Ordinance revision adoption for the lakes in Washington County. Dissemination of proposed ordinance changes to the other local units of government. Enforcement of revised zoning provisions related to shorelands, wetlands, and floodlands through current channels. Information to public of changes in Washington County codes by meetings, publicity, pamphlets, and brochures.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report.


Grant Details
Lake Protection Grant
Date
9/1/2002
Waters Involved
Willow Springs Lake
Status
Complete

Waukesha County: Acq-Willow Springs-Neubert Property Acquisition: Waukesha County proposes to acquire the 9.7 acre Neubert property, located on Spring Creek - Fox River tributary. The purchase will include approximately 1,000 feet of lake frontage and help insure water quality to Willow Springs Lake. This grant will also maintain wetland and the wildlife habitat and to develop public information programs.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2007
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District: Upper Nemahbin Pre Design For Dam Removal And H2o Monitoring: Scope:
The Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District will undertake a project to complete the following: 1)Update lake management plan; 2) Conduct a plant survey; 3) Examination and analysis of issues relating to the Roller Mills Dam and the CTH P wier; and 4) Recreational use survey.
Project deliverables will be a report that includes the following elements:
Results of WILMS and UAL modeling
Compilation and analysis of existing water quality data
Results from data loggers including thermal profiles and assessment of fisheries potential in the stream
Results of plant survey including the raw data and plant distribution maps
Results of recreational use survey
Evaluation of CTH P wier replacement potential - new elevation or operational changes
Evaluation of the potential removal of Roller Mills Dam, Assess potential for downstream sediment movement,Preliminary channel design for Bark River if the Roller Mills dam is removed,Preliminary plan to restore fish and aquatic habitat, Minutes/notices from two public information meetings
Department staff are improving the quality of grant reports by making sure applicants know very clearly ahead of time that ranking points ARE deliverables. We interpret the ranking questions very literally. In rare cases, an equivalent effort is considered; it should be clarified by the justification/explanation given with the ranking point and equivalent effort must be approved by Department staff. When the grant is complete, the Department will look for every single deliverable, even minor ones, and if they are not adequately addressed, only partial reimbursement (at the department's discretion) will be made to the applicant.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is available in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
2/15/2015
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Lake Protection Plan For Lake Nagawicka: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a point intercept plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan. The project deliverable will be a plan that contains the following elements: 1) Raw data from the plant survey (to be provided electronically) ; 2) maps showing the distribution and density of each aquatic plant found in the survey; 3) an updated aquatic plant management plan discussing chemical, manual harvesting and appropriate mechanical harvesting options; 4) watershed analysis; 5) an examination of the stream bank erosion on the Bark River inlet; 6) water quality assessment; 7) sediment depth mapping; 8) summary air photo with specific recommendations for watershed and shoreline restoration projects; and 9) a specific action plan to implement recommendations. A draft report should be provided to the Department for review before finalizing the plan. Additional details regarding the project deliverables are outlined in section E of the project grant application. Two paper copies and 1 electronic copy of the final plan should be provided to the Department upon project completion.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
2/15/2019
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District: Upper Nemahbin Aquatic Management Plan: The Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District is sponsoring a project develop an aquatic plant management plan for Upper Nemahbin Lake.

Project final deliverables include: results of the 2019 P/I survey in an electronic excel spreadsheet; paper and electronic copy of the report and aquatic plant management plan.

Specific project activities include: 1) conducting a summer 2019 P/I survey on Upper Nemahbin Lake; 2) analyzing the P/I data with maps showing the location and density of aquatic plant species; 3) comparing the P/I data to previous plant surveys in tables; 4) compiling the P/I data into tables showing plant statistics; 5) discussion of the results of the survey and changes noted since the previous survey; 6) development of an aquatic plant management plan including chemical treatment, DASH and hand pulling; and 7) mapping of the public loosestrife locations around the perimeter of Upper Nemahbin Lake.

Special Conditions: 1) All data shall be entered into the SWIMS database.

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 regional Lake Biologist.

If consultant is to provide final report, it is recommended that Grantee provide DNR Lake Coordinator with a draft for comment on report adequacy prior to making final payment to the consultant. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
Beaver Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Modeling: Develop a planning project to include a technically and scientifically sound management program for the chain of lakes within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa to guide the Village board and neighboring units of government to provide consistent pricinciples of sustainable water resource development. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the groundwater flow model and documentation will be provided to the department. The summary and model report will contain the results of the following project deliverables:
" **9** Discussion of the dynamics of the shallow groundwater system of the Village of Chenequa and environs in northwestern Waukesha County.
" **9** Evaluation of the role groundwater plays to maintain lake levels with and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa, particularly for Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes.
" **9** Development and calibration of a three-dimensional groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) as a tool to simulate the effects of future development and groundwater withdrawals on lakes, streams and shallow groundwater flow.
" **9** Database of groundwater level and base flow estimates used for calibration.

Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
Beaver Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Water Budget Part Ii: The Village of Chenequa will provide computation of water budgets for the four lakes within the study area (Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes). This information will be used to form a comprehensive water resources management plan for the Village and environs, consistent with the objectives of CH NR 190, WI Administrative Code. The study will be used as part of a ongoing program of lake related management actions to be used by the Village of Chenequa and it's neighboring units of government. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the department. The report will include the following project deliverables:
" **9** Evaluation of the role of groundwater on maintaining lake levels within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa
" **9** Calculation of the water budgets for the studied lakes over the long term, utilizing the groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) developed in the Phase l (LPT-1111-07) grant
" **9** Results of simulations of future hydrological conditions
" **9** Preparation and publication of a report that describes the hydrogeologic units, their hydraulic properties, extent, thickness and elevation, model development and calibration and selected results showing the effects of development scenarios on the shallow groundwater system and lake levels. The report will be published as a USGS document.
Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Beaver Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa - Iii Watershed Inventory: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the third phase of their project which is the watershed inventory component. The waterways included in this component are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. Products to be produced include a Volume one report that contains 1) Compilation and synthesis of inventory data on watershed tributaries; 2) A compilation of existing water quality and quantity data for all four lakes; 3) aquatic plant community data and 4) Results of the recreational use survey.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Beaver Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenqua Iv Lake Mgnt Plan Final Report: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the fourth and final phase of their project which is Lake Management Plan final report. The waterways included in this report are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. This project objective is to formulate appropriate updated management actions, public information, educational strategies, ordinances and other responses to identified concerns. Products to be produced include a Volume 2 report containing 1) a lake management plan for all 4 lakes; 2) an aquatic plant management plan for all four lakes and 3) minutes from the 2 public information meetings.

A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
Cornell Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Modeling: Develop a planning project to include a technically and scientifically sound management program for the chain of lakes within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa to guide the Village board and neighboring units of government to provide consistent pricinciples of sustainable water resource development. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the groundwater flow model and documentation will be provided to the department. The summary and model report will contain the results of the following project deliverables:
" **9** Discussion of the dynamics of the shallow groundwater system of the Village of Chenequa and environs in northwestern Waukesha County.
" **9** Evaluation of the role groundwater plays to maintain lake levels with and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa, particularly for Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes.
" **9** Development and calibration of a three-dimensional groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) as a tool to simulate the effects of future development and groundwater withdrawals on lakes, streams and shallow groundwater flow.
" **9** Database of groundwater level and base flow estimates used for calibration.

Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
Cornell Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Water Budget Part Ii: The Village of Chenequa will provide computation of water budgets for the four lakes within the study area (Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes). This information will be used to form a comprehensive water resources management plan for the Village and environs, consistent with the objectives of CH NR 190, WI Administrative Code. The study will be used as part of a ongoing program of lake related management actions to be used by the Village of Chenequa and it's neighboring units of government. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the department. The report will include the following project deliverables:
" **9** Evaluation of the role of groundwater on maintaining lake levels within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa
" **9** Calculation of the water budgets for the studied lakes over the long term, utilizing the groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) developed in the Phase l (LPT-1111-07) grant
" **9** Results of simulations of future hydrological conditions
" **9** Preparation and publication of a report that describes the hydrogeologic units, their hydraulic properties, extent, thickness and elevation, model development and calibration and selected results showing the effects of development scenarios on the shallow groundwater system and lake levels. The report will be published as a USGS document.
Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Cornell Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa - Iii Watershed Inventory: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the third phase of their project which is the watershed inventory component. The waterways included in this component are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. Products to be produced include a Volume one report that contains 1) Compilation and synthesis of inventory data on watershed tributaries; 2) A compilation of existing water quality and quantity data for all four lakes; 3) aquatic plant community data and 4) Results of the recreational use survey.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Cornell Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenqua Iv Lake Mgnt Plan Final Report: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the fourth and final phase of their project which is Lake Management Plan final report. The waterways included in this report are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. This project objective is to formulate appropriate updated management actions, public information, educational strategies, ordinances and other responses to identified concerns. Products to be produced include a Volume 2 report containing 1) a lake management plan for all 4 lakes; 2) an aquatic plant management plan for all four lakes and 3) minutes from the 2 public information meetings.

A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/1996
Waters Involved
Crooked Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Summit: Crooked Lake Management Planning - Phase 1: The Town of Summit, Waukesha County, proposes to conduct the following lake management planning activities for Crooked Lake: identification of citizen perceptions and concerns about lake use and water quality, quantification of water quality conditions and pollution loading analysis, assessment of current and projected land uses around the lake, an assessment of existing recreational opportunity and demand for recreational opportunity on the lake, an aquatic plant survey and plant management demonstration project, and determination of future lake planning needs. The project will result in a report documenting the findins and recommendations of the inventories and analyses conducted. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information about the project results will be disseminated to the public by newsletter mailing, public meeting, summary report mailing, and local newspaper article.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
1/1/1990
Waters Involved
Eagle Spring Lake
Status
Complete

Eagle Spring Lake Management District: Eagle Spring Lake Management Plan: Develop a lake management plan which will include elements listed under 'Proposed Phase II Planning Program,' attached to the application. Information will be disseminated to the public by newsletter, local newspaper articles, public meetings and reportmailings. Project results will be reposited at the Village of Eagle Public Library, Town of Eagle Town Hall.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/3/1995
Waters Involved
Hunters Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Ottawa: Hunters Lake Management Planning: Define the Hunter's Lake watershed. Develop a land use inventory for Hunters Lake and evaluate the probable impacts of the identified land uses on lake water quality.Identify existing and potential future water quality problems for Hunters Lake. Identify recreational uses of the lake and identify potential user conflicts.Develop a comprehensive management plan for the lake and it's watershed. Disseminate information to the public by entire report mailings, public meetings, and summary report mailings.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
7/18/1994
Waters Involved
Lower Genesee Lake
Status
Complete

Town Of Summit: Middle & Lower Genesee Lakes Management Planning: Nutrient and Contaminant inputs quantification; water budget evaluation; water quality problems id; land use survey; lake management plan; public information and education strategies formulation.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/6/1995
Waters Involved
Middle Genesee Lake
Status
Complete

Middle Genesee Lake Management District: Middle Genesee Water Quality Study: 1. The USGS will conduct a water quality survey.
2. A review of watershed data from the Lower Genesee Lake Hydrological study will be conducted.
3. A questionnaire survey will be conducted of electors to determine recreational use patterns, desired lake uses, and public opinion regarding water quality.
4. Public information strategies will be formulated to communicate the results of the study using public meetings and newsletter.
5. A final report of the results of the study will be prepared.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/1998
Waters Involved
Middle Genesee Lake
Status
Complete

Middle Genesee Lake Management District: Middle Genesee Lake Hydrology Study: The Middle Genesee Lake Management District will undertake a hydrological study that includes an analysis of ground water dynamics affecting Middle Genesee Lake's water levels and the continuation of water qulaity monitoring.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2000
Waters Involved
Middle Genesee Lake
Status
Complete

Middle Genesee Lake Management District: Middle Genesee Lake - Water Quality Monitoring: The Middle Genesee Lake Management District will implement this project by doing the following: 1.) compilation and synthesis of inventory data; 2.) water quality data collection; 3.) review of lake water quality use problems; 4.) assessment of recreational use and recreational use demands; 5.) determination of alternative in-lake water quality management actions; 6.) development of recommended in-lake water quality management actions; and 7.) identification of future community information needs and conduct of informational programming.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2003
Waters Involved
Middle Genesee Lake
Status
Complete

Middle Genesee Lake Management District: Middle Genesee Lake Planning Project-Phase Iv: This Project will update the Lake Management Plan. USGS is conducting a groundwater study for the lake management district. Many piezometers have already been installed.

Project deliverables are: a) Publication of staff gauge data and lake water quality data in the USGS annual report. A copy of the annual report will be submitted to the DNR. b) Installation and monitoring of two piezometers. c) Two public information meetings to present results, one by USGS and the other by SEWRPC. An electronic and paper copy of the USGS presentation on lake water quality and piezometer data will be submitted to the DNR.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
11/23/1992
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Aquatic Plant Management Plan: 1) Conduct an aquatic plant survey. 2) Prepare an aquatic plant management plan. 3) Prepare 3 fact sheets on lake issues. Prepare one page summary of results, and hold public meetings to inform area residents of results.4) Disseminate information to the public by newsletter, fact sheet, summary report, local newspaper, and public meeting.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/1997
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Nagawicka Lake Phase 1 Lake Management Plan: The City of Delafield proposes to conduct phase 1 of the following lake management plans incooperation with WI DNR, SEWRPC and Nagawicka Lake Improvement Association on Nagawicka Lake: 1) Bring together and study all the exsisting watershed and water quality and quantity data on Nagawicka Lake, the watershed and the County. 2) Water quality evaluation that closely examines all previously gathered data and confirms it with field studies and site evaluations including up-date and complete the limnological data base, aquatic plant inventory to determine specifics of sensitive areas and aquatic plant management plan. 3) Reacreational use and shoreline condition surveys and inventory will be conducted on Nagawicka Lake. 5) Assess the extent of the watershed protection needs. 6) Based on the recreational use survey analyses and
inventory, a present and future recreational uses assements will be made on Nagawicka Lake. 7) The final report will identify water quality and use problems currently and future changes and impacts, and become the basis of future protection and rehabilitation measures.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/1998
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: City Of Delafield-Lake Nagawicka Management Plan: The City of Delafield will prepare a lake management plan for Lake Nagawicka.The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
2/15/2015
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Lake Protection Plan For Lake Nagawicka: The City of Delafield will hire a contractor to conduct a point intercept plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan. The project deliverable will be a plan that contains the following elements: 1) Raw data from the plant survey (to be provided electronically) ; 2) maps showing the distribution and density of each aquatic plant found in the survey; 3) an updated aquatic plant management plan discussing chemical, manual harvesting and appropriate mechanical harvesting options; 4) watershed analysis; 5) an examination of the stream bank erosion on the Bark River inlet; 6) water quality assessment; 7) sediment depth mapping; 8) summary air photo with specific recommendations for watershed and shoreline restoration projects; and 9) a specific action plan to implement recommendations. A draft report should be provided to the Department for review before finalizing the plan. Additional details regarding the project deliverables are outlined in section E of the project grant application. Two paper copies and 1 electronic copy of the final plan should be provided to the Department upon project completion.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
North Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Modeling: Develop a planning project to include a technically and scientifically sound management program for the chain of lakes within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa to guide the Village board and neighboring units of government to provide consistent pricinciples of sustainable water resource development. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the groundwater flow model and documentation will be provided to the department. The summary and model report will contain the results of the following project deliverables:
" **9** Discussion of the dynamics of the shallow groundwater system of the Village of Chenequa and environs in northwestern Waukesha County.
" **9** Evaluation of the role groundwater plays to maintain lake levels with and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa, particularly for Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes.
" **9** Development and calibration of a three-dimensional groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) as a tool to simulate the effects of future development and groundwater withdrawals on lakes, streams and shallow groundwater flow.
" **9** Database of groundwater level and base flow estimates used for calibration.

Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
North Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Water Budget Part Ii: The Village of Chenequa will provide computation of water budgets for the four lakes within the study area (Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes). This information will be used to form a comprehensive water resources management plan for the Village and environs, consistent with the objectives of CH NR 190, WI Administrative Code. The study will be used as part of a ongoing program of lake related management actions to be used by the Village of Chenequa and it's neighboring units of government. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the department. The report will include the following project deliverables:
" **9** Evaluation of the role of groundwater on maintaining lake levels within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa
" **9** Calculation of the water budgets for the studied lakes over the long term, utilizing the groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) developed in the Phase l (LPT-1111-07) grant
" **9** Results of simulations of future hydrological conditions
" **9** Preparation and publication of a report that describes the hydrogeologic units, their hydraulic properties, extent, thickness and elevation, model development and calibration and selected results showing the effects of development scenarios on the shallow groundwater system and lake levels. The report will be published as a USGS document.
Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
North Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa - Iii Watershed Inventory: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the third phase of their project which is the watershed inventory component. The waterways included in this component are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. Products to be produced include a Volume one report that contains 1) Compilation and synthesis of inventory data on watershed tributaries; 2) A compilation of existing water quality and quantity data for all four lakes; 3) aquatic plant community data and 4) Results of the recreational use survey.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
North Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenqua Iv Lake Mgnt Plan Final Report: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the fourth and final phase of their project which is Lake Management Plan final report. The waterways included in this report are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. This project objective is to formulate appropriate updated management actions, public information, educational strategies, ordinances and other responses to identified concerns. Products to be produced include a Volume 2 report containing 1) a lake management plan for all 4 lakes; 2) an aquatic plant management plan for all four lakes and 3) minutes from the 2 public information meetings.

A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
Pine Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Modeling: Develop a planning project to include a technically and scientifically sound management program for the chain of lakes within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa to guide the Village board and neighboring units of government to provide consistent pricinciples of sustainable water resource development. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the groundwater flow model and documentation will be provided to the department. The summary and model report will contain the results of the following project deliverables:
" **9** Discussion of the dynamics of the shallow groundwater system of the Village of Chenequa and environs in northwestern Waukesha County.
" **9** Evaluation of the role groundwater plays to maintain lake levels with and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa, particularly for Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes.
" **9** Development and calibration of a three-dimensional groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) as a tool to simulate the effects of future development and groundwater withdrawals on lakes, streams and shallow groundwater flow.
" **9** Database of groundwater level and base flow estimates used for calibration.

Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
Pine Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Water Budget Part Ii: The Village of Chenequa will provide computation of water budgets for the four lakes within the study area (Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes). This information will be used to form a comprehensive water resources management plan for the Village and environs, consistent with the objectives of CH NR 190, WI Administrative Code. The study will be used as part of a ongoing program of lake related management actions to be used by the Village of Chenequa and it's neighboring units of government. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the department. The report will include the following project deliverables:
" **9** Evaluation of the role of groundwater on maintaining lake levels within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa
" **9** Calculation of the water budgets for the studied lakes over the long term, utilizing the groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) developed in the Phase l (LPT-1111-07) grant
" **9** Results of simulations of future hydrological conditions
" **9** Preparation and publication of a report that describes the hydrogeologic units, their hydraulic properties, extent, thickness and elevation, model development and calibration and selected results showing the effects of development scenarios on the shallow groundwater system and lake levels. The report will be published as a USGS document.
Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Pine Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa - Iii Watershed Inventory: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the third phase of their project which is the watershed inventory component. The waterways included in this component are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. Products to be produced include a Volume one report that contains 1) Compilation and synthesis of inventory data on watershed tributaries; 2) A compilation of existing water quality and quantity data for all four lakes; 3) aquatic plant community data and 4) Results of the recreational use survey.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Pine Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenqua Iv Lake Mgnt Plan Final Report: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the fourth and final phase of their project which is Lake Management Plan final report. The waterways included in this report are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. This project objective is to formulate appropriate updated management actions, public information, educational strategies, ordinances and other responses to identified concerns. Products to be produced include a Volume 2 report containing 1) a lake management plan for all 4 lakes; 2) an aquatic plant management plan for all four lakes and 3) minutes from the 2 public information meetings.

A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
12/7/1992
Waters Involved
Pretty Lake
Status
Complete

Pretty Lake P & R District: Pretty Lake Water Surface Flow Study: Water quality monitoring during 1993-97. Information will be disseminated to the public by newsletter, local newspaper articles, and public meetings.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/18/1993
Waters Involved
Pretty Lake
Status
Complete

Pretty Lake P & R District: Pretty Lake Watershed Study: Conduct an inventory of the watershed which will include a delineation of watershed boundaries, land uses, point and nonpoint pollution sources and environmentally sensitive areas. Prepare nutrient budget for the watershed. Information will bedisseminated tot he public by newsletter, factsheet, poster display, public meetings and report mailings. Project results will be reposited at the TOwn of Ottawa, Town of Ottawa Public Library, DNR, Kettle Moraine Conservation Foundation and WaukeshaCounty.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Modeling: Develop a planning project to include a technically and scientifically sound management program for the chain of lakes within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa to guide the Village board and neighboring units of government to provide consistent pricinciples of sustainable water resource development. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the groundwater flow model and documentation will be provided to the department. The summary and model report will contain the results of the following project deliverables:
" **9** Discussion of the dynamics of the shallow groundwater system of the Village of Chenequa and environs in northwestern Waukesha County.
" **9** Evaluation of the role groundwater plays to maintain lake levels with and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa, particularly for Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes.
" **9** Development and calibration of a three-dimensional groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) as a tool to simulate the effects of future development and groundwater withdrawals on lakes, streams and shallow groundwater flow.
" **9** Database of groundwater level and base flow estimates used for calibration.

Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2006
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa Water Budget Part Ii: The Village of Chenequa will provide computation of water budgets for the four lakes within the study area (Beaver, Cornell North and Pine Lakes). This information will be used to form a comprehensive water resources management plan for the Village and environs, consistent with the objectives of CH NR 190, WI Administrative Code. The study will be used as part of a ongoing program of lake related management actions to be used by the Village of Chenequa and it's neighboring units of government. Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided to the department. The report will include the following project deliverables:
" **9** Evaluation of the role of groundwater on maintaining lake levels within and adjacent to the Village of Chenequa
" **9** Calculation of the water budgets for the studied lakes over the long term, utilizing the groundwater flow model (MODFLOW) developed in the Phase l (LPT-1111-07) grant
" **9** Results of simulations of future hydrological conditions
" **9** Preparation and publication of a report that describes the hydrogeologic units, their hydraulic properties, extent, thickness and elevation, model development and calibration and selected results showing the effects of development scenarios on the shallow groundwater system and lake levels. The report will be published as a USGS document.
Exact details for deliverbles are described in the project description.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenequa - Iii Watershed Inventory: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the third phase of their project which is the watershed inventory component. The waterways included in this component are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. Products to be produced include a Volume one report that contains 1) Compilation and synthesis of inventory data on watershed tributaries; 2) A compilation of existing water quality and quantity data for all four lakes; 3) aquatic plant community data and 4) Results of the recreational use survey.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2007
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

Village Of Chenequa: Village Of Chenqua Iv Lake Mgnt Plan Final Report: The Village of Chenequa is proceeding with the fourth and final phase of their project which is Lake Management Plan final report. The waterways included in this report are Cornell and Pine Lake and include portions of Beaver and North Lake which lakes form a tributary lake system to the Oconomowoc River chain of lakes and piped tributaries into Pine to North via Cornell Lake. This project objective is to formulate appropriate updated management actions, public information, educational strategies, ordinances and other responses to identified concerns. Products to be produced include a Volume 2 report containing 1) a lake management plan for all 4 lakes; 2) an aquatic plant management plan for all four lakes and 3) minutes from the 2 public information meetings.

A full description of the project scope and deliverables is in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
7/12/1993
Waters Involved
Upper Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District: Upper Nemahbin Water Quality Study & Watershed Mapping: Conduct water quality monitoring. Compare results to results obtained in 1970. Identify any observable trends.Map watershed boundaries, identify land uses, and estimate nutrient and contaminant loads from these land uses.Information will be disseminated to the public by newsletter, local newspaper articles, public meetings, fact sheet, and report mailings.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2000
Waters Involved
Upper Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District: Upper Nemahbin Water Quality /Restoration Study: Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District has been conducting a watershed inventory and water quality investigationon on Upper Nemahbin Lake . The lake district is interested in investigating the feasability of doing some wetland restoration work around a downstream reach of the Bark River, which empties into Upper Nemahbin lake. The project elements include the following: 1) Review and compilation of current watershed inventory data; 2) inventory of wetland plants; 3) mapping of land ownership; 4) formulation of a river and wetland management policy and concept plan; 5) conduct of a public information program; and 6) implementation of the shoreland wetland management policy.

The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2004
Waters Involved
Upper Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District: Assessment Of Wq In Bark River-Upper Nemahbin: The UNLMD wishes to continue funding on the currently established USGS monitoring station. The station is located on the Bark River between Nagawicka Lake and Upper Nemahbin Lake. The grant will pay for one year of operating the gauging station, one year of phosphorus monitoring and one year of TSI monitoring. A WILMS model will be developed by USGS based on the results of the monitoring. The project deliverable will be a final report (Fact Sheet), detailing the monitoring, water and phosphorus budgets and results of the WILMS modeling. The TSI data will be published in the annual USGS publication, "Water Quality and Lake Stage Data for Wisconsin Lakes."

Grantee provide final report to DNR Lake Coordinator. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2007
Waters Involved
Upper Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District: Upper Nemahbin Pre Design For Dam Removal And H2o Monitoring: Scope:
The Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District will undertake a project to complete the following: 1)Update lake management plan; 2) Conduct a plant survey; 3) Examination and analysis of issues relating to the Roller Mills Dam and the CTH P wier; and 4) Recreational use survey.
Project deliverables will be a report that includes the following elements:
Results of WILMS and UAL modeling
Compilation and analysis of existing water quality data
Results from data loggers including thermal profiles and assessment of fisheries potential in the stream
Results of plant survey including the raw data and plant distribution maps
Results of recreational use survey
Evaluation of CTH P wier replacement potential - new elevation or operational changes
Evaluation of the potential removal of Roller Mills Dam, Assess potential for downstream sediment movement,Preliminary channel design for Bark River if the Roller Mills dam is removed,Preliminary plan to restore fish and aquatic habitat, Minutes/notices from two public information meetings
Department staff are improving the quality of grant reports by making sure applicants know very clearly ahead of time that ranking points ARE deliverables. We interpret the ranking questions very literally. In rare cases, an equivalent effort is considered; it should be clarified by the justification/explanation given with the ranking point and equivalent effort must be approved by Department staff. When the grant is complete, the Department will look for every single deliverable, even minor ones, and if they are not adequately addressed, only partial reimbursement (at the department's discretion) will be made to the applicant.
A full description of the project scope and deliverables is available in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with two paper copies and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.


Grant Details
Large Scale Lake Planning
Date
2/15/2019
Waters Involved
Upper Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District: Upper Nemahbin Aquatic Management Plan: The Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District is sponsoring a project develop an aquatic plant management plan for Upper Nemahbin Lake.

Project final deliverables include: results of the 2019 P/I survey in an electronic excel spreadsheet; paper and electronic copy of the report and aquatic plant management plan.

Specific project activities include: 1) conducting a summer 2019 P/I survey on Upper Nemahbin Lake; 2) analyzing the P/I data with maps showing the location and density of aquatic plant species; 3) comparing the P/I data to previous plant surveys in tables; 4) compiling the P/I data into tables showing plant statistics; 5) discussion of the results of the survey and changes noted since the previous survey; 6) development of an aquatic plant management plan including chemical treatment, DASH and hand pulling; and 7) mapping of the public loosestrife locations around the perimeter of Upper Nemahbin Lake.

Special Conditions: 1) All data shall be entered into the SWIMS database.

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 regional Lake Biologist.

If consultant is to provide final report, it is recommended that Grantee provide DNR Lake Coordinator with a draft for comment on report adequacy prior to making final payment to the consultant. DNR to receive both paper and electronic .pdf copies of the final report along with, or prior to submission of grantee's final payment request.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2011
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
Complete

Village Of Richfield: Lake Protection Plan For Bark Lake: The Village of Richfield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and create the first aquatic plant and lake management plan for Bark Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 274 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; 7) A lake management plan and 8) Minutes from one public meeting regarding lake plan issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2011
Waters Involved
Bark Lake
Status
In_Progress

Village Of Richfield: Lake Protection Plan For Bark Lake: The Village of Richfield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and create the first aquatic plant and lake management plan for Bark Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 274 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; 7) A lake management plan and 8) Minutes from one public meeting regarding lake plan issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2011
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
In_Progress

Village Of Richfield: Lake Protection Plan For Bark Lake: The Village of Richfield will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and create the first aquatic plant and lake management plan for Bark Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 274 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; 7) A lake management plan and 8) Minutes from one public meeting regarding lake plan issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Fowler Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Oconomowoc: Apm Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Oconomowoc will hire a contractor to conduct plant surveys and update the aquatic plant management plan for Fowler Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 316 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Lac La Belle
Status
Complete

City Of Oconomowoc: Apm Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Oconomowoc will hire a contractor to conduct plant surveys and update the aquatic plant management plan for Fowler Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 316 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2002
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Aquatic Plant Mgt. Plan -Naqawicka Lake: City of Delafield, with these grant funds, is going to update Naqawicka Aquatic Plant Management Plan . A Quantitative and Qualitative survey to be done with the update. They will submit the plan to the Department of Natural Resources.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Oconomowoc River
Status
Complete

City Of Oconomowoc: Apm Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Oconomowoc will hire a contractor to conduct plant surveys and update the aquatic plant management plan for Fowler Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 316 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2002
Waters Involved
Pretty Lake
Status
Complete

Pretty Lake P & R District: Aquatic Plant Mgt. Plan-Pretty Lake: Pretty Lake P&R District plan to assess the need to refine and update the Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Pretty Lake. This is Phase 2 of a proposed project. SEWRPC will publishing an updated Aquatic Plant Mgt. Plan.

Final report sent to DNR, Eagle Public Library, Town of Ottawa, Waukesha County, and other interested parties. A proposed planning study will be presented at Pretty Lake P&R District annual meeting.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Rosenow Creek
Status
Complete

City Of Oconomowoc: Apm Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Oconomowoc will hire a contractor to conduct plant surveys and update the aquatic plant management plan for Fowler Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 316 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
9/1/2005
Waters Involved
School Section Lake
Status
Complete

School Section Lake Management District: Depth Contour Mapping: The School Section Lake Management District will hire a consultant to digitally map the lake bed of School Section Lake. The project deliverable will be two copies of the completed map, submitted to the Department. The maps must be submitted to the Department before final payment can be made.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2011
Waters Involved
School Section Lake
Status
Complete

School Section Lake Management District: Lake Protection Plan For School Section Lake: The School Section Lake Management District will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for School Section Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 250 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
10/1/2011
Waters Involved
School Section Lake
Status
In_Progress

School Section Lake Management District: Lake Protection Plan For School Section Lake: The School Section Lake Management District will hire a contractor to conduct a plant survey and update the aquatic plant management plan for School Section Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 250 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Unnamed
Status
Complete

City Of Oconomowoc: Apm Plant Survey And Plan: The City of Oconomowoc will hire a contractor to conduct plant surveys and update the aquatic plant management plan for Fowler Lake. The plant survey will be a point intercept survey totaling 316 points. The lake will be sampled in mid-summer. The final report will contain the following elements: 1) Results of the points sampled, including sediment type found and maximum rooting depth; 2) Results of a general lake survey to map general plant beds, map localized plant beds, map species distribution and a list of plant species found; 3) Review of existing conditions of the watershed, identify and quantify potential point and nonpoint sources of pollution, and identify nutrient and contaminant input and balances; 4) Results of WILMS and UAL modeling; 5) Results of a recreational use survey; 6) An aquatic plant management plan that meets the requirements of NR 109.09; and 7) Minutes from one public meeting regarding aquatic plant issues.
Two paper copies and one electronic copy of the final plan will be provided to the department. Exact details for all deliverables are described in the project description of grant application.


Grant Details
Small Scale Lake Planning
Date
4/1/2011
Waters Involved
Upper Nemahbin Lake
Status
Complete

Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District: D.O. Meter: The Upper Nemahbin Lake Management District will purchase a temperature and dissolved oxygen meter for the Citizen Lake Monitoring program. The data collected using the dissolved oxygen meter will be to increase quantity and quality of temperature/DO profiles collected in Upper Nemahbin Lake as well as allowing temperature/DO profiles to be collected. The project deliverable will be the data entry of profiles entered into the Department of Natural Resources Citizen Lake Monitoring website to be used by the DNR and the District.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
10/1/2005
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Village Of Hartland: Site 1 & 4 Detention Basins: To cost-share engineering & construction of new detention pond at Site #1 and retrofit of existing pond at Site #4.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Construction
Date
1/1/2002
Waters Involved
Nagawicka Lake
Status
Complete

City Of Delafield: Dix Wet Detention Basin: to cost-share @50% design, construction management, property acquisition and construction of Milwaukee Street Wet Detention Basin. Am #2 deled land purchase.


Grant Details
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
Date
1/1/2004
Waters Involved
Bark River
Status
Complete

Village Of Hartland: Stormwater Management Plan: to cost-share @70% development of stormwater management plan


Grant Details
River Protection Grant
Date
7/1/2012
Waters Involved
Rock River
Status
Complete

Jefferson Co. Parks Dept.: Rock River Shoreline Restoration: Jefferson County Parks Department will undertake a shoreline restoration project at Rock River Park to protect it from further erosion and to provide an improved shoreline fishing and outdoor experience for park users. Work is to include removing current fabric, regrading to allow for correct slope, installing filter fabric, field stone rip rap and native plant vegetation with the rock and or/behind the rip rap. Maintenance of the native vegetation within the rip rap above the Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM) is a condition of the grant. Jefferson County Parks Department's maintenance plan for Rock River Park will include no mowing/trimming/removal of the native vegetation. Potential future additions of shore fishing piers/platforms at the site that may require adjustment of the native vegetation will be coordinated with Fisheries Management.
Project deliverables are as follows: 1.) Shoreline restoration completed on 208 feet of river shoreline on the Rock River and the Rock River Park, 2.) Erosion control including planting and maintaining native vegetation within the rip rap above the Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM). 3.) Rock River Park's maintenance plan will include a provision for maintenance of native vegetation within the project area.


Monitoring & Projects

Projects including grants, restoration work and studies shown below have occurred in this watershed. Click the links below to read through the text. While these are not an exhaustive list of activities, they provide insight into the management activities happening in this watershed.

Grants and Management Projects
Bark River Watershed
Watershed Recommendations
Aquatic Plant Management Plan
 
Date
Status
10/1/2011
In Progress
Projects
 
Aquatic Plant Management Plan
 
Date
Status
10/1/2011
In Progress
Projects
 
Aquatic Plant Monitoring or Survey
 
Date
Status
10/1/2011
In Progress
Projects
 
Aquatic Plant Monitoring or Survey
 
Date
Status
10/1/2011
In Progress
Projects
 
Best Management Practices, Implement
West Bend - Stormwater Mgmt Plan & MS4 Permit Compliance
Date
Status
This project promotes nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin's waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Storm water planning activities will be undertaken by the municipality and will result in the following products: other new ordinances that affect runoff from the developed urban area; new storm water management plan for part of the developed urban area; and a new storm water management plan for new development.
1/1/2018
In Progress
Projects
 
Best Management Practices, Implement
JEFFERSON CO Rock Lake Healthy Lake
Date
Status
Partnering with property owners, the applicant is sponsoring a grant to implement water quality and habitat best practices from Wisconsin's Healthy Lakes Implementation Plan. Best practices, including fish sticks, 350 sq. ft. native plantings, diversions, rock infiltration, and/or rain gardens, will be designed and installed according to the Healthy Lakes fact sheets, technical guidance and grant application.
1/1/2017
In Progress
Projects
 
Best Management Practices, Implement
Washington Co Urban Storm Water Planning Project
Date
Status
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin's waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Storm water planning activities will be undertaken by the municipality and will result in the following products: updated construction erosion control ordinance, updated storm water ordinance for new development and re-development, updated ordinances that affect runoff from the developed urban area, new feasibility analysis of alternative funding mechanisms, new storm water management plan for the developed urban area, and new storm water management plan for new development.
1/1/2016
In Progress
Projects
Documents
 
Best Management Practices, Implement
Larsen Lagoon Retrofit
Date
Status
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin's waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Specifically, the municipality will construct/install a wet detention pond to remedy discharges of total suspended solids in urban runoff.
1/1/2016
In Progress
Projects
Documents
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
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.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
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.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Citizen-Based Stream Monitoring
Citizen Stream Monitoring
Date
Status
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.
1/1/2012
In Progress
Projects
 
Hold Workshops
 
Date
Status
6/4/2009
Proposed
Projects
 
Informational Meetings
 
Date
Status
10/1/2011
In Progress
Projects
 
Lakes Planning Grant
Middle Genesee Lake
Date
Status
Middle Genesee Lake should receive a lakes planning grant to develop a plan that incorporates the results of the recent U.S. Geological Survey water level investigation; the planning grant would identify specific septic problems and potential wetland impacts from managing the lake's water level to avoid flooding the septic systems.
1/1/2010
Proposed
 
Lakes Planning Grant
Hunter Lake Association
Date
Status
The Hunter Lake Association should apply for a WDNR lakes planning grant to study Hunter Lake's septic systems.
1/1/2010
Proposed
 
Lakes Planning Grant
Lower Nemahbin Lake Association
Date
Status
The Lower Nemahbin Lake Association should apply for a WDNR lakes planning grant to fund a lake basin inventory of vegetation in and around Lower Nemahbin Lake.
1/1/2010
Proposed
 
Lakes Planning Grant
Nagawicka Lake
Date
Status
The village and city of Delafield should apply for a WDNR lake planning grant to develop a long-term lake management plan for Nagawicka Lake, including determining the lake management institutional structure and protection strategies.
1/1/2010
Proposed
 
Monitor Aquatic Biology
Monitor biology on WBIC: 823300
Date
Status
Conduct biological (mIBI or fIBI) monitoring on Duck Creek, WBIC: 823300, AU:11747
5/21/2016
Proposed
Projects
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Monitor Bark River for Temperature
Date
Status
New data showed an additional month (July 2018) with over 10% days exceeding criteria. Dam Repair works was being completed during 2017-2018 so data does not reflect typical conditions. Flow changes occurred during repair
8/21/2019
Proposed
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
GLPF2018_LM1802_ChlorideStudy
Date
Status
Chloride Impact Study for the Southeastern Wisconsin Region
6/1/2018
In Progress
Projects
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Bark River Temp
Date
Status
More data collect, continuous monitoring, biology not showing impairment. Exceedances were largely during drought year. AU: 11744; ID: 10030237
5/1/2018
Proposed
Projects
 
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Monitor Bark River (miles 12.46 - 35) for TP
Date
Status
Monitor TP for impairment assessment. Miles 0 - 12.46 and 35 - 41 are listed for TP. For miles 12.46 - 35 there are only 3 samples from 2005.
5/1/2016
Proposed
 
Sewer Service Area Planning
SEWRPC WQM Planning, Grants support, TMDL work
Date
Status
sewrpc area WQM planning
12/31/2020
In Progress
Projects
 
Social Survey of Residents or Users
 
Date
Status
10/1/2011
In Progress
Projects
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
SW Management Plan Update & TMDL Analysis
Date
Status
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin's waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Storm water planning activities will be undertaken by the municipality and will result in the following products: updated storm water ordinance for new development and re-development; other new ordinances that affect runoff from the developed urban area; updated storm water management plan for the entire developed urban area; and an updated storm water management plan for new development.
1/1/2018
In Progress
Projects
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
Germantown Stormwater Quality Management Plan Update
Date
Status
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin?s waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Storm water planning activities will be undertaken by the municipality and will result in the following products: updated construction erosion control ordinance; updated storm water ordinance for new development and re-development; other updated ordinances that affect runoff from the developed urban area; updated storm water management plan for the entire developed urban area; and an updated storm water management plan for new development.
1/1/2018
In Progress
Projects
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
Ixonia WPDES Permit Compliance
Date
Status
This project promotes nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin?s waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Storm water planning activities will be undertaken by the municipality and will result in the following products: new construction erosion control ordinance, new storm water ordinance for new development and re-development, new ordinances that affect runoff from the developed urban area, new feasibility analysis of alternative funding mechanisms, new storm water management plan for the developed urban area, and new storm water management plan for new development.
1/1/2016
In Progress
Projects
Documents
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
Fort Atkinson Citywide Storm Water Management Update
Date
Status
Storm water planning activities will be undertaken by the municipality and will result in the following products: updated construction erosion control ordinance, updated storm water ordinance for new development and re-development, updated storm water management plan for the developed urban area, and new storm water management plan for new development.
1/1/2016
In Progress
Projects
Documents
 
Stormwater Planning, Implementation
Slinger - Storm Water Management Planning
Date
Status
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin's waters and was funded by the 319 grant.
1/1/2015
In Progress
Projects
 
Water Quality Modeling
 
Date
Status
10/1/2011
In Progress
Projects
 
Water Quality Modeling
 
Date
Status
10/1/2011
In Progress
Projects
 
Bark River WatershedWatershed History Note

The Village of Dousman, in the Bark River Watershed, developed due to the efforts of Talbot C. Dousman and Abraham Hardel. These two men worked to ensure that the Chicago and Northwestern railroad came through the village in 1881. In the winter of 1882, O.H.Neff and G.S.Gropp brought their blacksmith and wagon shops from Utica. Both of these men called the new town "Bullfrog Station" due to the abundance of frogs in the marshes (after the spring thaws) that surrounded the little village. Because of Dousman's low land and problems with septic systems, Dousman became the first small village to have both sewer and water service.

Date  2010