CLAA component of Crooked Lake Management Plan

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CLAA component of Crooked Lake Management Plan

  1. 1. Crooked Lake Area Association Draft Crooked Lake Comprehensive Management Plan February 24, 2009
  2. 2. Direct Involvement 1. Invasive Spp. 2. Muck 3. Nonpoint Source Pollution 4. Trash
  3. 3. Goals & Objectives 1. Assist in developing a 3-D map of lake substrate 2. Identify strategies to restore or enhance lakeshore habitat 3. Increase abundance of native submersed aquatic plants 4. Reduce interference with recreational use of Crooked Lake caused by Eurasian water milfoil and Curly leaf pondweed 5. Reduce siltation to, and the pollution of Crooked Lake 6. Keep Crooked Lake Clean
  4. 4. Activities Role Goal Finance Plant Restoration Annual Chemical Treatment at 15% Annual Chemical Treatment at 20% Lead Buffer Strips Lake Core Samples Boat Inspection Catch Basin Stenciling Assist Enforcement Campaign Increased Garbage Pick up effort
  5. 5. Crooked Lake Area Association Costs Issue Activity 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total EWM Chemical Treatment 4,500 4,700 9,200 20% Treatment 6,000 6,200 6,400 18,600 Plant Restoration 1,500 1,000 5,000 7,500 10,000 25,000 Total 6,000 5,700 11,000 13,700 16,400 52,800 Storm water Buffer Strips (grants + Home- owner) 4,500- 7,000 4,500- 7,000 4,500- 7,000 4,500- 7,000 18,000- 30,000
  6. 6. Potential Funding Sources Membership dues City contributions for EWM treatment Lake Association Fund Raising Grants DNR Treatment Grants Federal Clean Lake Grants Minnesota Waters Taxes (Special Subwatershed Taxing District)
  7. 7. Plant Restoration Program 2009 Sample lake sediments Estimate the number of macrophyte propagules and viability 2010 Determination of ability to naturally recolonize or reliance on external strategy 2011 Trials using test species in small exclosures
  8. 8. Plant Restoration Program 2012 Further protected plantings of successful species, test other species 2013 Further protected plantings of successful species, test other species OR Natural reproduction
  9. 9. Full Plan Availability www.cooncreekwd.org Headlines: Draft Crooked Lake Comprehensive Management Plan
  10. 10. Questions? Thank you.

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