Aquatic Invasive Species Control Projects
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Invasive Species Program offers Aquatic Invasive Species Control Grants. These grants are intended to help fund the control of curly-leaf pondweed (CLP), Eurasian watermilfoil (EWM) or flowering rush (FR) that is done under an Invasive Aquatic Plant Management Permit. This offer is an opportunity for local entities, such as lake associations, watershed districts, cities, and counties to receive state funding and/or partner with the DNR on the control of these invasive aquatic plant species.
Program Website / How To Apply:
* The graph and indicator data may be grouped into date ranges that correspond with a group of grants that started at the same time. For example, grants that started in 2010 may have until 2012 to complete their work. Grants that started in 2011 may have until 2013 to complete their work (ranges vary by program). Each group is reported separately, which is why date ranges appear in the graph above and indicator data below.
March 2014 - October 2014
Target 0 Acres Current Measurement 5,659 Acres As Of N/A
March 2015 - October 2015
Target 0 Acres Current Measurement 5,996 Acres As Of N/A
March 2016 - October 2016
Target 0 Acres Current Measurement 2,942 Acres As Of N/A