2009-10 Partnership Program Projects

$100,000 were made available to help support citizen-based monitoring initiatives in 2009. Successful proposals for the 2009-10 Partnership Program are listed below.
Citizen Sampling to Confirm, Quantify and Identify Sources of E. coli Pollution in the Bad River Watersheds
Bad River Watershed Association

Eau Claire County Forest Barrens Inventory
Beaver Creek Reserve Citizen Science Center
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Expanding on a Landowner Monitoring Strategy for Native Biodiversity in Southwest Wisconsin
Blue Mounds Area Project
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Field Practicum in Citizen Based Monitoring & Developing CBM Curriculum: Flambeau Mine Biodiversity Assessment
Bruce High School
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Carnivore and Timber Wolf Population Survey and Training of Friends of Crex Volunteers
Friends of Crex Volunteers
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Aquatic Macrophyte Surveys in Rivers of the Upper St. Croix Watershed: Working to Identify and Limit the Spread of Eurasian Water Milfoil Throughout the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway
Grantsburg High School

Monitoring Kilbourn Creek — A Service-Learning Program at Indian Trail Academy
Indian Trail Academy
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Monitoring Phosphate in the Creeks Feeding Little Sturgeon Bay
Little Sturgeon Area Property Owners Association
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Expanding Invasive Species Identification in Manitowoc County, WI
Manitowoc County Lakes Association
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Monitoring Lake Level Trends in Northeastern Wisconsin
North Lakeland Discovery Center
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Iron County American Marten Monitoring — Expanding a School- and Community-based Research Project
North Lakeland Discovery Center
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Project RED (Riverine Early Detectors) AmeriCorp Assistant
River Alliance of Wisconsin

Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring on Rusk County Lakes
Rusk County Waters Alliance

Red Cedar River Basin Monitoring Group — A Partnership for Action
Tainter and Menomin Lake Improvement Association

The Kickapoo Initiative: Piloting a Landowner Monitoring Strategy of Indicator Species for Habitat Health in the Lower Kickapoo River Watershed
The Kickapoo Initiative

Volunteer Carnivore Tracking Master Tracker and Training Program
Timber Wolf Alliance
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Middle and Lower Sugar River Citizen Monitoring Program Development – Phase I
Upper Sugar River Watershed Association
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Building a Diverse Audience through Citizen-based Monitoring: A Career Pipeline Approach
Urban Ecology Center

Investigation of Impacts from Communication Towers to Avian Migrants in Dane County, WI
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Kickapoo River Watershed Extended Water Quality Monitoring Program
Valley Stewardship Network
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Third Annual Kirtland’s Warbler Census in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
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Monitoring Protocols for Landowners — Development of a Monitoring Handbook of Tiered Skill-Level Techniques, Protocols, Data Collection Forms, and Training Opportunities
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
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Implementing a Statewide Red-shouldered Hawk Survey in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources


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