Crooked Lake2014-18 Management PlanPublic Input Workshop
Outline1. Why we are here2. Where are we at?3. Review– Laws & Management– The Resource– Uses– Changes and Implications4. B...
1. Introductions1. Name2. Connection with Crooked Lake3. Biggest thing you like about Crooked Lake4. Biggest concern you h...
2. Why Are We Here?Current Comprehensive Lake Management Planis coming to an end.Other?
Where are we at?Current Plan: 2008 – 2013
Issues Identified on 3/25/081. Milfoil, weeds, invasives2. Water Clarity3. Muck4. Water Quality/Nonpointpollution5. Water ...
MILFOIL, WEEDS, INVASIVE SPECIES
Invasive Species StrategyAnnualTreatmentPlantSurveyAssess PlantRestorationCapabilityYesTreatmentVarianceTreat 15%–20%NoTre...
2013 Lake Vegetation ManagementPlan
Treatment Trends
ThoughtsSignificance of Trends? Implications for Future?
STILL AN ISSUE?
Needs
WATER CLARITY
Trends in Clarity
STILL AN ISSUE?
ThoughtsSignificance Implications
Needs
3. MUCK
Muck
MuckNature of shallow lakeBoat channel excavated2008Requires permit fromstate & is contrary tofishery objectives
STILL AN ISSUE?
ThoughtsSignificance Implications
Needs
WATER QUALITY & NONPOINTPOLLUTION
Nonpoint Source Pollution/Storm Water ManagementObjective Goal 1990-2006Avg2008-2012AvgTotal Phosphorus(TP)40 ug/L 30 ug/L...
4. Water Quality
STILL AN ISSUE?
ThoughtsSignificance Implications
Needs
GARBAGE & TRASH
5. Garbage & TrashActivity 2009 2010 2011 2012Enforcement Blitz * * * *Increase GarbagePick up* * * *More Garbage Cans * *...
Trend in Performance
STILL AN ISSUE?
ThoughtsSignificance Implications
Needs
WATER LEVELS
6. Water Level Trends
STILL AN ISSUE?
ThoughtsSignificance Implications
Needs
CONCLUSIONS
Conclusions1. Water quality is very goodNoticeable improvements in water quality occurredin both 2011 and 2012
Conclusions2. Invasive aquatic plants continue to be achallenge
Conclusions3. Effects of groundwater on Lake levelscontinues to be a concern
CCWD Plans & ActionsAnnuallyMonitor• Lake Level• Lake Water Quality• Lake Vegetation ManagementInspect• Lake Outlet & DamG...
Plans2013Lake Vegetation Management PlanUpdate Lake Management PlanDevelop Aquatic Invasive Species Plan2014Groundwater x ...
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  1. 1. Crooked Lake2014-18 Management PlanPublic Input Workshop
  2. 2. Outline1. Why we are here2. Where are we at?3. Review– Laws & Management– The Resource– Uses– Changes and Implications4. Brainstorm Needs5. I.D. Issues and Concerns
  3. 3. 1. Introductions1. Name2. Connection with Crooked Lake3. Biggest thing you like about Crooked Lake4. Biggest concern you have about CrookedLake
  4. 4. 2. Why Are We Here?Current Comprehensive Lake Management Planis coming to an end.Other?
  5. 5. Where are we at?Current Plan: 2008 – 2013
  6. 6. Issues Identified on 3/25/081. Milfoil, weeds, invasives2. Water Clarity3. Muck4. Water Quality/Nonpointpollution5. Water Level6. Garbage & Trash
  7. 7. MILFOIL, WEEDS, INVASIVE SPECIES
  8. 8. Invasive Species StrategyAnnualTreatmentPlantSurveyAssess PlantRestorationCapabilityYesTreatmentVarianceTreat 15%–20%NoTreatmentVarianceTreat >20%BoatInspection
  9. 9. 2013 Lake Vegetation ManagementPlan
  10. 10. Treatment Trends
  11. 11. ThoughtsSignificance of Trends? Implications for Future?
  12. 12. STILL AN ISSUE?
  13. 13. Needs
  14. 14. WATER CLARITY
  15. 15. Trends in Clarity
  16. 16. STILL AN ISSUE?
  17. 17. ThoughtsSignificance Implications
  18. 18. Needs
  19. 19. 3. MUCK
  20. 20. Muck
  21. 21. MuckNature of shallow lakeBoat channel excavated2008Requires permit fromstate & is contrary tofishery objectives
  22. 22. STILL AN ISSUE?
  23. 23. ThoughtsSignificance Implications
  24. 24. Needs
  25. 25. WATER QUALITY & NONPOINTPOLLUTION
  26. 26. Nonpoint Source Pollution/Storm Water ManagementObjective Goal 1990-2006Avg2008-2012AvgTotal Phosphorus(TP)40 ug/L 30 ug/L 27.9 ug/LChlorophyll-a <15 ug/L 11.6 ug/L 6.6 ug/LSecchi DiskTransparency> 6 ft 5.3 ft 8.4 ftDissolved Oxygen(DO)5 mg/L daily avg 8.5 mg/L daily 6.9 mg/LTreatment of32% of directdischarge1 – 2 Buffer stripsestablished eachyear< 1 0
  27. 27. 4. Water Quality
  28. 28. STILL AN ISSUE?
  29. 29. ThoughtsSignificance Implications
  30. 30. Needs
  31. 31. GARBAGE & TRASH
  32. 32. 5. Garbage & TrashActivity 2009 2010 2011 2012Enforcement Blitz * * * *Increase GarbagePick up* * * *More Garbage Cans * * * *
  33. 33. Trend in Performance
  34. 34. STILL AN ISSUE?
  35. 35. ThoughtsSignificance Implications
  36. 36. Needs
  37. 37. WATER LEVELS
  38. 38. 6. Water Level Trends
  39. 39. STILL AN ISSUE?
  40. 40. ThoughtsSignificance Implications
  41. 41. Needs
  42. 42. CONCLUSIONS
  43. 43. Conclusions1. Water quality is very goodNoticeable improvements in water quality occurredin both 2011 and 2012
  44. 44. Conclusions2. Invasive aquatic plants continue to be achallenge
  45. 45. Conclusions3. Effects of groundwater on Lake levelscontinues to be a concern
  46. 46. CCWD Plans & ActionsAnnuallyMonitor• Lake Level• Lake Water Quality• Lake Vegetation ManagementInspect• Lake Outlet & DamGrants• Demonstration• Education
  47. 47. Plans2013Lake Vegetation Management PlanUpdate Lake Management PlanDevelop Aquatic Invasive Species Plan2014Groundwater x Surface Water StudyUpdate Stormwater Management PlanWatershed Restoration Assessment and Plan (TMDL)2015Assess Dam for Repairs

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